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RouseAbout Home Issue 2002.04   WHEN YOU NEED HELP ?!
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Great Balloon Creations, But Weak Pictures 1
Big Balloon Ideas But Limited Space 2
An Opportunity To Do A Super Balloon Graphic 3
An Opportunity To Sell A Sculpture That I Don't Know How To Build 4
A Big Job To Sell, And Need A Strong Presentation 5
Customers, But Need New Ideas & New Skills To Back Them Up 6
A Job Too Big To Handle Alone 7
A Discount on 70+ Frameworks for Balloon Graphics, Sculpture and Decor $

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You can picture in your mind that beautiful balloon sculpture that you have always wanted to create. You are just not sure of the best way to build it. Design and engineering help are near by.

Betty and Karl Whitehead of Balloon Masters, in Houston, Texas could visualize a 30' heart for Valentines, and they could sell it, but what was the best way to build it? Rouse International designed and built a custom framework just for the Balloon Masters project.

David Grist, CBA & Colin Myles, CBA of Rainbow Balloons, Worksop, England wanted a better way to hold # 350 balloons in place to make the sails for his 20' pirate ship. Rouse International created sets of #350 Matrix Strips to solve the problem.  David reported that the new system was so simple and effective that he was able to turn the sails over, for the most part, to volunteers.  

Whether you do not know how to build your dream sculpture or you simply want a better way to make it real, contact Rouse International Custom Shop for a custom quote on a system to get the job done.
Meanwhile take a look at a couple of other custom solutions from the Custom Shop at http://www.rouseinternational.com/custom/matrix.htm .

 

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