Markets - Who Uses Inflatables
Landmark Inflatables Score Big In Every Market for Advertising, Event Planning & Marketing
Marketing products takes a lot of creativity. According to CBS News, the average American sees over 5,000 advertising messages daily. To make an impact when marketing products, your advertising, event planning & marketing strategies have to incorporate eye-catching techniques that leave an impression that lasts long enough to get consumers into the stores to buy. This is where Landmark Creations inflatables really shine!
Inflatables Help Marketers Gain Attention In Almost Every Industry. Learn How:
How do you best garner attention for your live performance of "James and the Giant Peach"? With a real-life giant peach, naturally. And that's just what one theater company did. By all accounts, the results were predictably peachy.
In the classic children's tale, one scene stands out. In it, the giant peach lands atop the Empire State Building, creating quite a spectacle. Young People's Theatre in Toronto wanted to recreate the scene during the show's run, and they had just the setting to pull it off. Housed in a three-story building on a busy Toronto street corner, the theater was the ideal substitute for the famous location, and the effect was certainly attention grabbing.
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.
Custom Inflatable Adds a Sense of History to the Italian Heritage Festival
Event marketers, The Display Company, were charged with creating an interesting centerpiece for the Italian Heritage Festival in Buffalo, NY. As the largest street festival in the United States, this event would attract thousands of onlookers.What came to mind?One of the most well-known Italian landmarks ever: the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
It is usually only in cartoons or sci-fi movies that we see the virtual crossing over into reality. However, visitors to Boston Harbor and the Harbor Arts Festival 2014 got to take in a new exhibit titled #YES.
Artist Brian Kane premiered the first in this ongoing series of inflatable sculptures (OMG!) at the Harbor Arts Festival in 2013. The second installment carries another common online expression into the real world by putting physical form to a hashtag.
Dorothy the Dinosaur World Tour House
An enormously diverse character, Dorothy the Dinosaur is a rare "rososaurus" that is uncommon in most regions of the world. However, she can currently be seen performing with The Wiggles onstage and in their DVDs and television shows. This "yellow-spotted green dinosaur with surprisingly scary teeth" is actually very friendly and kind. She lives in a purple and pink house which Landmark Creations had the extreme pleasure of recreating as an inflatable balloon for her world tour.
Statue of Liberty Head for Fandango Productions
Fandango, a special events coordinator, knew that after 9/11 people in general were showing more patriotism. However, people in Washington, DC were particularly prone to flag waving and the like. That’s where the idea of the Statue of Liberty head inflatable came into play.
Pulling off a successful concert tour means having a wicked-cool design company behind you. From 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.
"Aladdin" Thrills Audiences with the Help of an Inflatable Stage Prop
If you were one of the lucky ones who attended Perth Amboy High School's production of "Aladdin," you saw firsthand the magical transformation of the evil Jafar into a wicked cobra right before your eyes. How could a high school afford such elaborate stage props? Because Jafar isn't the only one capable of a little magic!
Giant Inflatable Globe Helps Miley Cyrus Organize Fans at Concert Events
Taking the teen crowd by storm, Miley Cyrus (aka Hannah Montana) needed a way to organize all those fans at each event. As kids and parents gathered - sometimes hours before each show - they could look for the Miley's World inflatable advertising balloon to direct them to merchandise sales and special offerings.
Thousands of people, hundreds of booths, and everywhere you look, there's a cool new gadget to grab your attention. The Consumer Electronics Show is the place to be for tech firms, but without a standout display, it can be tough to attract buyers to your booth.