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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:
Roadrunner Inflatable Mascot
What says "beep beep" and runs circles around other forms of mobile marketing? The Road Runner, of course! How do we know? Time Warner Cable has the pictures to prove it.
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.
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 think of a traditional inflatable money machine, images of dollars flying through the air as contestants frantically flail their arms in an effort to catch as much cash as possible come to mind. But what if the participants were grabbing for trash instead of cash?
KHCW-TV Increased Visibility with Inflatable Advertising AirTent
KHCW-TV wanted something non-traditional that would increase their visibility at the many events they attend each year. After visiting Landmark Creations' website, they were impressed with what they saw and decided a custom inflatable tent would work well for their purposes. They haven't been disappointed!
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…
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.
When it comes to races, where are the number one and number two spots for photo opportunities? The start line and finish line without question. If you plan to take advantage of the free exposure social media and the Internet offer, shouldn’t your start/finish line look awesome and be fully branded? We think so and Paul Shockley, Recreation Program Manager for Kiawah Island Golf Resort, agrees.
Inflatable Balloon Guy Stars In Television Commercial
Multimedia firm, Lunchbox Communications, developed the idea of using an advertising balloon in television commercials for CharcoCaps all-natural, anti-gas capsules.
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.
At a crowded trade show, you may have only minutes to make an impression. Pearl Seas Cruises knew they had to make every second count, and a replica of the most recognizable structure on their ships — the smokestack — was just the thing to help them make an impression.
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This was one for the books for sure. When Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines announced their ship, Voyager of the Seas, would call Galveston, Texas home, there was quite the buzz. The change in venue meant a great deal of business for the Port of Galveston, which was expecting a 50% increase in Royal Caribbean guests after the move.