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:
Artist Uses Cold-Air, Outdoor Inflatable to Create Instant Monument
Artist Broc Blegen is a staunch George W. Bush supporter. So much so that he wanted to pay homage to the president immediately rather than waiting the typical months or years it normally takes for traditional statues to be created. Employing his creative nature, he devised a collaborative effort with Landmark Creations to make his vision a reality.
TEAM Coalition Encourages Responsible Drinking Using Giant Inflatable Football
Here's a refreshing idea! As part of an effort to promote responsible drinking and positive fan behavior at sporting and entertainment facilities, TEAM Coalition has launched a national campaign. With impressive backing from pro and collegiate sports, entertainment facilities, concession companies, stadium services, the beer industry, broadcasters, government traffic-safety experts and others, TEAM Coalition continues on a cross-country tour to save lives and improve fan experiences at events.
NOAA Makes a Big Impact on Right Whale Conservation with its 22-Foot Inflatable
It's always sad to hear of a species in danger. Thankfully, we have organizations such as NOAA Fisheries Services that step up to offer protection and preservation of our nation's living marine inhabitants. One of their most pressing causes currently is the North Atlantic Right whale.
Event Marketing for EPA: National Drinking Water Week
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Water recently engaged in some heavy event marketing as they celebrated National Drinking Water Week. The festivities were designed to educate children and adults on issues related to the safety of drinking water as well as gain media attention for the EPA. To make the event fun, marketing materials such as multimedia games, on-site computers and more were provided for attendees. In addition, EPA staff volunteered to speak on a variety of topics related to water safety and cleanliness. The EPA's marketing agency, The Track Group, also turned to Landmark Creations to develop an inflatable mascot that would appeal to kids and adults.
Inflatable Archway Guides Attendees of the Ultimate Block Party to All the Fun
What do search engine giant, Google, and toy-maker, Hasbro, have in common? They both encourage their employees to play… on the clock. They've learned from experience that one of the best ways to generate a creative and innovative atmosphere is to allow employees to pursue the activities that lead toward this type of thinking. A.k.a. play.
Rite Aid Inflatable Arch Helps Support Children's Miracle Network
Ready? Set? Go! When you want to kick events off the "Rite" way, there are two things to keep in mind. First, you need a highly visible inflatable arch. Second, you need a meaningful event to launch. Because Rite Aid has both, they've seen great success with their marketing and fundraising efforts.
Kramer Entertainment's Inflatable Oval Increases Publicity and Attendance at Events
Did you know that 44% of 8th graders have tried alcohol? Sixty-four percent of 10th graders have tried it. And 77% of high school seniors have been drinking. It's tragic. Just a part of life? No, but it could easily be a part of their death. Bringing awareness to this epidemic is what the National Save a Life Tour Alcohol Awareness Program is all about.
For a food vendor, there are two ways to stand out on a crowded midway: Sell the best sandwiches, or have an eye-catching mascot. F & W Concessions' Butcher Boys does both, and it shows in their success.
Strides for Life Uses Inflatable Colon Tunnel to Promote Cancer Screening & Early Detection
Colorectal cancer is the number two cause of cancer deaths in both men and women in the U.S., yet millions go unscreened and uneducated year after year. This is what drives the Strides for Life Colon Cancer Foundation. The organization was established after the death of Dylan Cappel at age 23.
Conway Area Chamber of Commerce Inflatable Mascot is "A Huge Hit!"
The Conway Area Chamber of Commerce has two lofty goals. The first is to promote economic development. The second is to enhance the quality of life in Conway, Arkansas. Who would think that these two could be accomplished jointly with the help of an inflatable mascot?
DASEF Sealed Inflatable, Juvenile Right Whales, Wilmer
There's nothing more effective when informing children, families and educators about endangered species than having the animal available at the event. Since it would be virtually impossible to accomplish this feat with a live whale, a life-size sealed inflatable wildlife replica was a very convincing stand-in.
If ever there was a case for affinity, it can clearly be made with the combination of food marketing and inflatable product replicas. Inspira Marketing (an experiential marketing company) has seen this success combo many times in the past, which is why they regularly call on Landmark Creations to develop new, eye-popping balloons for event marketing campaigns.