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Inflatable Snow Globe Costumes Are A Hit At Rudolph's Holly Jolly™ Christmas Light Parade at Silver Dollar City, Branson, MO

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Inflatable Snow Globe CostumeSnow Globes Come To Life As Inflatable Costumes For Christmas Parade

Remember snow globes from your childhood? Those small handheld toys could be shaken until the scenery inside was surrounded by a flurry of "snow" suspended in water. The effect was fascinating to watch. Now, these whimsical toys have been brought to life through the magic of inflatable costumes!

The Snow Globe characters for Rudolph's Holly Jolly™ Christmas Light Parade at Silver Dollar City, Branson, MO, took some clever engineering, but the end result was nothing short of enchanting.

"Working with clear plastic was a challenge. Without showing any of the mechanics, we not only needed to keep our Snow Globes inflated, we also needed them to light up and circulate snow, all while being lightweight enough to wear for extended periods of time," explained Rondi Hillstrom-Davis of Rondi Costumes.

"Designed exclusively for Silver Dollar City, I wanted to create unique characters that conjured up memories of an old-time Christmas past. Part of the newly designed evening parade of illuminated floats and costumed characters, the Snow Globes wowed the audience nightly as the parade made its way through the streets during the holiday season."

Just looking at the parade attendees', we could see an obvious sense of fun and fascination. Mission accomplished!

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“The huge cereal bag could be seen from anywhere and was a nice draw to gather people to the tents we had set up.”

- Anika Hage, WatersMolitor

"Just wanted to say how much we LOVE our inflatables.  We tested them in our lobby where they were, of course, an instant hit for school group photos. Our leadership was quite pleased with the durability and the realism."

- Mike Hennessy, Carnegie Science Center

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