A big family helps run A Grand Affair, a party and event rental company.
Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

A big family helps run A Grand Affair, a party and event rental company. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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A Grand Affair Party and Event Rentals

By From page AIF14 | July 21, 2013

Kimo and Amy Bernauer are ready to make your event grand.

The couple owns A Grand Affair Party & Event Rentals, with help from employees that include other family members and family friends since childhood.

Chris and Nick Bernauer are both in charge of deliveries and dishes,  Haley Bernauer handles sweeping and supervision, Chris Branam and Curtis Teague handle deliveries and tent set up.

The family’s focus is to provide quality party rentals, with great customer service and have a positive impact on the community.

The family says people would be surprised by the amount of time it takes to do the job. “Keeping the equipment clean is very labor intensive and takes more time than loading and delivery,” said Kimo Bernauer.

“We care about the total customer experience, from the quality and condition of our rental equipment to making sure each customer feels that their event is our highest priority,” he added.

This year, the business moved into a showroom and warehouse facility, and is planning a grand opening for later this month. It also added new rental items such as programable tent lights, tent fans, and misting fans.

“As Davis natives we understand and value the uniqueness of this community, and look forward to continuing to be a part of your special events for many years to come,” Kimo said.

Enterprise staff

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