CandyBouncers remind us of Grandma’s back yard. Authentic symbols of good times, family and simplicity found outdoors, the CandyBouncer offers quality, comfort, and nostalgia found no where else. After World War II, normalcy and rebuilding family life were the goals of most Americans. Buying houses, starting families, and creating safe, comfortable homes were priorities. As the original lawn chair, CandyBouncers were a part of that generation's migration to outdoor living. Designed to float on grass instead of sticking in the sod, CandyBouncers were the first "Motel Chairs," found around pools and lawns of the glamorous American motels that sprouted up along newfangled highways about 1945.
Stylish resorts from the Poconos to Palm Springs adopted this innovative approach to comfortable, outdoor relaxation. Soon after, American steel factories that had manufactured war material switched to producing steel lawn chairs for stylish homeowners. Thousands were made for an almost insatiable demand which lasted through the 50's and into the 1960's. Technology brought lawn chairs made with lightweight aluminum frames and plastic webbing followed by the most recent offering of cheap plastic stackable chairs.
But many Americans yearned for the nostalgia and lasting qualities of their grandparents old reliable, steel lawn chairs. So, in 2003 the CandyBouncer was reborn and offered to today's American families as a reliable, colorful addition to their backyards and front porches. CandyBouncer, an American icon carrying a tradition of lasting value for a new generation.