As a champion of diversity and inclusion, American Airlines participates in countless parades, conferences, and recruitment events. So, when the global commercial carrier updated their iconic branding, they decided to dial up their visibility at these popular venues. How? With a custom inflatable replica.
When Wagly Pet Campus came to Tustin, California, they faced a daunting challenge. As a comprehensive veterinary company, they offered a wide array of services (including vet care, daycare, grooming, and more) all at one convenient location. This was just what local pet parents wanted, but how could Wagly get the word out to these potential customers?
Nestled in the heart of West Virginia's coal country, Mingo Central High School is justly proud of its mining heritage. When the school sought a symbol to inspire its team and thrill its fans at home games, they settled on... a mine shaft. An inflatable one, that is.
How do you make a stand-out impression at your community's block party? Try erecting an inflatable arch.
That's what Grace Community Church did. The growing church is based in Lakewood Ranch, a bustling planned community near Sarasota, Florida. Each first Friday of the month, Lakewood hosts Music on Main, with live outdoor concerts, plentiful food, plus fun kids' activities such as games and carnival rides.
For a new real estate agent in a crowded market like Venice, getting noticed is a hurdle. Anna Bridinger needed to make a splash if she wanted buyers to get to know her and to show up for open houses. Turns out that's just what Missy Prissy the Pelican does best.
For over 50 years, Big Ole has welcomed visitors to Alexandria, Minnesota. Towering 28 feet high, the fiberglass Viking warrior holds a shield inscribed with the city's claim to fame: "Alexandria, Birthplace of America."
Birthplace? That's right. Norsemen first visited the area in 1362, over 100 years before Columbus. As a symbol of this rich history, Big Ole promotes Alexandria to prospective visitors. However, his reach is limited: The beloved Viking is firmly attached to his base on the shore of Lake Agnes. He's not going anywhere, but…
Ever since he can remember, Brando Quinn has loved parades. "As a kid," he says, "I liked watching the Macy's parade on Thanksgiving Day." So, when he was looking for a powerful tool for drawing traffic to his Fun N' Sun Travel & Cruise Agency, he immediately chose a parade float. That's when the travel-savvy Quinn contacted Landmark Creations.
When you're in the race-timing business, you get to see a lot of finish lines. The good... the bad... and, most of all, the ugly. That's why Sisu Race Timing's Rob Oates wanted something better: a big, bright, colorful inflatable archway that would set his firm apart.
In northern Minnesota, exceptionally large bass are known as "toads." So when the organizers of the International Falls Bass Championship erected an inflatable wildlife replica of the tournament's famed fish, the community quickly stepped up to give him a name. Toadzilla was born.
Every year, cities across America host the holiday-themed Jingle Bell Run, a festive 5k event designed to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. This past November, Minnesota's Twin Cities took this popular run-and-walk to a whole new level. Instead of using ordinary banners to mark the start/finish line, the local Arthritis Foundation put up something far more impressive: a huge inflatable arch.
As avid Baylor Bears fans, Derek Wilson and his wife take tailgating pretty seriously. Their tailgate trailer has even been featured on the Tailgate Rivals TV show.
"Celebrate responsibly." That's the message promoted by Korbel, the legendary California winemakers. For three years now, they've been bringing this powerful message to the American Century Celebrity Championship at Lake Tahoe. The medium for the message? A giant inflatable golf ball, designed and built by Landmark Creations.
If you own a storefront, watching all those people walk right past your door can be frustrating. What will it take to entice them to come inside? Sure, placing signs out front helps communicate sales messages, but signs can sometimes get lost in the shuffle.
When it came time to update their branding, the football team at Jacksonville High School didn't stop with new helmets. Instead, they wanted a way to get fans excited about the change, too, so they rolled out a new inflatable sports tunnel to show off their team spirit.