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Inflatable Wolf Mascot

Inflatables Are the Champions of Sports Marketing and Promotions

In sports - public relations, marketing & advertising are what drive interest.  Interest drives crowds and crowds equate to press coverage, sponsorships, admission fees and more.  Whether it's pro, high school or college sports marketing, getting fans in the stands is the primary goal.  Without the emotional and financial support of those who love sports, team owners and schools would be left with nothing to cheer about.

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World's Best 10K Arch

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World's Best 10K Inflatable Start Art at Racing Event

Custom Inflatable Archway Adds Excitement to Race Start & Finish

Talk about drawing a crowd! This inflatable arch was the perfect tool for the World’s Best 10K race. A captive audience (those waiting to see who finished and who won the race) had their eyes glued on the arch.

Under Armour Inflatable Archway

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Under Armour Inflatable Archway

Inflatable Archway Draws Crowds & Boosts Brand Recognition for Under Armour

A proud sponsor of the Baltimore Marathon in 2004, Under Armour wanted to leave a lasting impression on runners and onlookers. They achieved their goal with this high-tech inflatable arc that drew crowds and helped to boost brand recognition for their apparel line.

Inflatable Tunnel for the Chicago Bears

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Chicago Bears Inflatable Sports Tunnel

The Chicago Bears Generate Excitement With Their Inflatable Sport Tunnel & Air Tent

When the Chicago Bears came to Landmark Creations, they were looking for a way to get their brand in front of fans in a strong way.  One important aspect of professional sports is marketing yourself and your players well.  Since practically all other professional teams (college and high school teams, too, for that matter!) were using an inflatable sports tunnel, the Bears wanted to give it a try.