If you've ever been to YouTube to watch the Mayfair Games channel, you know exactly who Bob and Angus are. These two feisty sheep are constantly at each other in an Odd Couple sort of way.
If being pushed to your absolute physical limits is your idea of fun, a Savage Race will be right up your alley. Just imagine conquering an intense five- to six-mile run with 25 world-class obstacles, mud, fire, and barbed wire. It's not for the faint of heart, that's for sure.
For 25 years, the Avera McKennan Foundation has raised money to help the Avera McKennan Hospital fight breast cancer. On May 11, 2013, they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer. But that's not all.
It's a wonderful cause. For every backpack STATE (creator of super-hip backpacks) sells, STATE hand delivers a backpack to an American student in need through its GiveBackPack program.
"Every kid in the town wants to run through the [inflatable football] tunnel when they get older," said Sam Baker, Head Waconia High School Football Coach.
SKA Events (an event production company) needed a portable shelter to serve as a recognizable structure at the SHAPE Diva Dash 5K nationwide series of obstacle races. Their criteria included being large enough to house sponsor displays, prize giveaways and a lounge area. SKA Events also wanted flexibility with the use of the shelter since each market for the Diva Dash was unique.
Saving babies' lives is what the March of Dimes is all about. For decades, it has worked to prevent birth defects, premature births and infant mortality through research, community service, education and events like the "March for Babies" races.
When you're dealing with youth, you want an image that's fun, exciting and downright cool. That's exactly what Spike U was going for when it approached Landmark Creations to develop a custom inflatable volleyball to enhance their sports marketing efforts.
Ten years ago, several veterans and friends were moved by stories of the first servicemen/women as they returned from duty in Afghanistan and Iraq. Their compassion turned into action as they set about providing comfort items to these wounded service people.
What's 20 feet tall, weighs 80 pounds and makes your mouth water? An inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap. In a sea of vans, tents and people, the Dalton Agency needed a clever way to capture attention from far and wide for its client (McDonald's) at events. The agency decided on an inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap because the shape, size and color gave the restaurant a competitive edge in a crowd.
With a name like Peach Tree, you almost have to use a peach as your logo. Doing the expected, however, doesn't always get you the attention you want. So, Peach Tree Healthcare decided to kick their brand up a notch by turning their namesake into a giant logo.
Carnegie Science Center Gets a Little Spacy with Cold-Air Inflatables
Most of us learn better when we can actually do something. Watching and listening are great, but to get a real grasp on how things work and what impact they have on our lives, it's hands-on all the way. Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh couldn't agree more.