Biz X magazine July August 2021

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THE PARENTING BIZ pillows and matching décor to a variety of colours and themes with custom themes available. Our bell tent can be used as a chic lounge, dining area or slumber space.” Keep in mind, these parties aren’t just for children . . . they are fun for teens and adults of all ages! As their business involves going into residential homes, Sequeira and Belanger take COVID-19 very seriously. Their number one priority is keeping their clients and community safe. They always follow provincial COVID-19 restrictions, which required them to take a long hiatus during the lockdown. “Now that we are back, we wear disposable booties in clients’ homes as well as a mask around all clients,” they stress. “We also ask clients to kindly wear a mask around us. We launder all linens, sanitize all surfaces after each event and offer disinfectant fogging of the event space after setup free of charge.” For further details, or to book an event, visit their social media page on:

Experience Mobile Mini-Golf With Golf Indigo

Did you know mobile mini-golf was a thing? Golf Indigo offers unique and interesting mobile mini-golf options, such as classic


Pictured is a slumber party tent setup for a client by On Cloud Divine, featuring an outdoor bell tent, balloon garland, linens, pillows and matching décor. Photo courtesy of Laura Belanger.

nine-hole, LED light-up golf for night time and bubble soccer — a mix of bumper cars and soccer! Their courses are transported by trailer and can be set up to suit a variety of spaces and configurations. “I can’t say that we are completely rebuilding the wheel here, but in terms of competition, I do believe we sit in our own category,” believes Mike McCallum, Owner of Golf Indigo since it opened in spring 2018. “I have a ton of respect for many of the other party rental businesses who have been around for years, but I have little interest in following their lead. Golf Indigo will continue to reinvent itself and its services,

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as the games we play today will look very different even two years from now!” McCallum and his crew of two to three trusted employees are always looking to offer services that provide the “whoa, that’s cool” factor. “We like to turn heads,” says McCallum. “I hear the phrase: ‘I didn’t know mobile golf was a thing,’ frequently. We specialize in the unconventional side of the party rental market.” Before opening Golf Indigo, McCallum started in the entertainment biz as an audio engineer, doing mostly theatre gigs before working at Polaris Studios in Ford City.