Block Party Trailer Policy, Guidelines & Application form
The Block Party Trailer is available for use by churches and missions of the DMBA for the purpose of evangelism.
The Block Party Trailer will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests will not be taken over one year in advance. A person representing the requesting church must be in attendance during a brief overview of using the trailer. Contact: Wendell Wood to reserve and, if needed, set up training. To use the Block Party Trailer, you must speak with Wendell to see if your requested date is available, then apply to reserve at least two weeks in advance.
You must fill out an application and turn in the $100.00 user's fee and the completed application form to secure your reservation.
A Certificate of Liability from your church's insurance company and a copy of the drivers license of the person pulling the trailer must be turned in before your church, or ministry, uses it. At the time you turn these in to the Baptist Building, you will be given the remaining packet that is filled out following the use of the Block Party Trailer.
1. The user of the Block Party Trailer assumes FULL responsibility for the trailer and it's contents from pick-up to return. (Each user is responsible for supplying popcorn, surgar for cotton candy & supplies used to make them.)
2. Make sure all contents are clean, dry and ready for the next church to use. Under NO circumstances shall the bounce house be stored back in the trailer wet or damp. It must be dry before being folded for moving, to prevent damage.
3. If any contents of the Block Party Trailer are found to be missing or damaged, the cost to replace or maintained (including cleaning) will be charged to the church using the trailer.
4. Trailer Equipment Check - List must also be completed and turned in upon finishing your event. NO EXCEPTIONS.
5. Any accidents or injuries are to be reported with the form supplied upon finishing your event.
6. ALL forms MUST be filled out and turned into the DMBA upon completion of event. We are inspected regularly by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Division of Regulation Inspection. FAILURE TO COMPLETE FORMS MAY RESULT IN A FINE FROM THE STATE, THIS WILL BE PASSED ALONG TO THE CHURCH RESPONSIBLE.
A regular sized pick-up with a receiving unit to equip a 2-inch trailer ball is required to transport the trailer. Brake and turn signal lights are required and must be hooked up and used. The trailer is to be picked up and returned to the DMBA offfice. (The code and keys are inside the trailer.)
If conditions are not met from the above requirements, the church/ministry may lose the rights to use the trailer.
APPLICATION FOR BLOCK PARTY TRAILER USE