Summertime Buzz: Tradeshows, Case Studies & On-Location Tales
Exhibitors, start your engines! It's summertime and the race is on to cover as many events as possible while the weather is nice. Tradeshow and conference exhibits aren't the only use for inflatables, however. Whether you're launching a product, hosting a sporting event or taking an inflatable stage prop on the road with your band, you'll have a photo magnet that is bound to get some social media mentions.
Don't forget… fall is just around the corner. If you're with a school that needs inflatable football tunnels or mascots, plan to get your orders in soon so you can take delivery by kickoff.
Landmark on Location
As the saga of Landmark on Location continues, Tom & Steph have been on the road again. As always, these six installations each had some unique twists and turns. Watch and see how you can benefit from the experiences.
Case Studies: See the Creative Ways our Customers are Using Inflatables!
Pulling off a successful concert tour means having a wicked-cool design company behind you. From lighting to stage design to inflatable stage props, Look Up Point Design added dynamics, innovation and a serious dose of "Wow" to Neon Trees' Pop Psychology tour. The crowning touch was when they commissioned Landmark Creations to develop a truly one-of-a-kind inflatable. [read more]
Does this sound like you? "We have always rented inflatables for our events mostly from manufacturers. We were paying to promote other brands." Like many small businesses, it seems logical at first to rent large promotional items instead of buying your own. However, the problem with this approach is that those other inflatables are generic. [read more]
All hail the purple… eagle? Yep! Niagara University wanted to transform their school mascot (Monte the purple eagle) into a giant, 20-foot-tall inflatable. We were happy to oblige. [read more]
When small startup churches need a place to meet, they often congregate in whatever affordable space is available. Case in point: one of The Life Church's six campuses currently occupies a movie theater. Having a need to direct children and parents to the kids' area (and a desire to make it fun and inviting), The Life Church reached out to Landmark Creations for help. [read more]
Rebranding a company takes work. Once you've depended on a brand for years, breaking away and moving in another direction (even if it is a better, more representative one) can be a challenge. That's one reason United Shore approached Landmark Creations about developing a giant inflatable logo for their company fair. [read more]
Until next time, I wish you success in all your promotions!
Stephanie Meacham | VP of Operations