While Kermit™ may be the most famous amphibian in the land, Texas Christian University's college mascot — the Texas horned frog — probably runs a close second. If you've never seen one, you can just imagine what it looks like based strictly on the name.
How many times, in the course of your weekly conversations, does the sentence "Just turn right at the giant buffalo" come into play? That's what we thought. When you own and operate an ATV resort and family farm with trails, people are more prone to that sort of thing.
When you hear talk of a pig going on tour, your first thought might be of Miss Piggy. Not in this case. Bank of Cherokee has a different pig and a much higher purpose in mind.
Once October rolls around, the holiday season kicks into gear with plenty of family fun. One of the most interesting of the autumn and winter holidays is Halloween. From fall festivals to traditional trick-or-treat costumes, kids and adults come out to participate. This fact makes Halloween an exceptional occasion for businesses to connect with their surrounding communities.
Because Red Moon Marketing specializes in results-driven programs using eye-catching creativity, they are well aware of the powerful impact inflatables can have. When you're promoting a client (in this case, Southern Comfort) at a crowded national event, having a focal point is critical so you can interact with as many people as possible. This is precisely why Red Moon opted to use an inflatable tent as Southern Comfort's display at the Oddball Comedy Festival.
After using balloons and vinyl banners draped across the street, the folks involved with the Running of the Bays decided they wanted to "look like a professional road race." That's when they contacted Landmark Creations.
In such a visually stimulating environment, it's easy for conference-goers to get lost in all the lights, bells and whistles. That's why, when you're exhibiting at a major show, two things are vital: having great booth location and using a trade show display that wakes up attendees as they walk by.
When you own / operate a gas station, customers generally think of you for fuel and perhaps sodas or candy. Often, however, other services might be forgotten because they aren't needed as regularly. This is precisely what Kless Boys experienced.
Ferocious mascots. Football helmets. School logos. We have used all these and more to design some pretty creative sports tunnels over the years. However, when we found out that Chuckey Doak High School's mascot was a knight, we had to come up with something truly fit for football royalty.
If you shy away from music festivals because they are uncomfortable and surrounded by cheap food and minimal amenities, you'll love KAABOO Del Mar. This California-based group has created a whole new mix-perience when it comes to live, outdoor musical entertainment.
Almost four decades ago, the U.S. government decided to measure atmospheric deposition and study its effects on the environment. This project came to be known as the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP). The primary focus is monitoring the changing chemical climate in America (for example, acid rain).
Considering the United States is not even 250 years old, honoring a town's 350th anniversary is quite special indeed. That's why the township of Smithtown, New York, went all out to celebrate — including the Chamber of Commerce.
To hear Laura Klock, from Klock Werks tell it, the company's new inflatable logo is the fulfillment of a long-term dream. "My husband, Brian Klock, has wanted an inflatable of our logo for many years. It was honestly something we never put high on the list because we simply thought it would be cost prohibitive. I'm so happy he got his wish. It's amazing!"
If you've done a trade show recently, you understand how difficult it can be to get noticed in an environment that resembles a grocery store (or cattle stall). After cruising a few rows of exhibits, attendees begin to drift off into a daze. Wake them up with an inventive and inviting inflatable trade show display.
Louisiana-based Community Coffee Company has a history to be proud of. Family owned and operated for nearly 100 years, they know the importance of relationships — after all, "community" is part of their name. So when they needed to make a splash at events, they knew they wanted something that would get people talking.