Mutton Rentals is a proud member of the Indiana State Festival Association (ISFA) and the Indiana Association of Fairs, Festivals, & Events (INAFFE). Mutton Rentals has been servicing fairs and festivals in their surrounding area for close to 20 years.
In recent years however, they have expanded their geographic service area for fairs and festivals throughout Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan with the objective to offer fairs and festivals a new look, quality, and service. It has been their observation through their expansion efforts that many fairs and festivals are interested in newer, higher quality tents, and better service, but are comfortable with their current vendor and more importantly their pricing.
Although they will never claim to be the cheapest Tent Rental Company servicing Fairs & Festivals they do believe they offer the highest quality in both product and service and our priced fairly.
Inflatable Games: Click here to learn how you can add revenue to your events with our EXCITING new Inflatable Game packages!
Tents: Ranging in size from 9’x10’ to 80’x160’ and all sizes in between. All of our tents are vinyl, have posted fire certificates and made by reputable tent manufacturers including Anchor, Eureka, & Tentnology. Click Here for more information on tent size & seating!
Trade Show Booths: We currently offer drapes in blue, white, and black. We can provide you with as few or many booths as you need. We also offer customized layouts and CAD Drawings.
Tables/Chairs: All of our tables feature a finished wood top and sturdy metal legs. We have black and white folding chairs.
Others: We also have other branches of our business that focus on Weddings and Company picnics. We have partnered with other fair grounds to grow and develop this aspect of their business.
Resources to Help you:
Click Here for the Complete list of things to ask a tent vendor before you sign a contract
Click Here to view a Power Point from Mutton Rentals’ presentation on safe tent installation and risk management @ ISFA Fall Conference: Tenting 101 & Risk Management