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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:

Inflatable Powerball Advertisement at Grand Casino

Inflatable Powerball Installation for Grand Casino

Often when people call Landmark they ask how difficult inflatables are to set up. We usually tell them that basic installations require one to two people. Now, I'm not a large woman and I was able to do these set ups and take downs with minimum assistance. Don't get me wrong, I probably wouldn't attempt a rooftop installation alone and I'd certainly advise a do-it-yourselfer to get professional help for their first install. As for tradeshows or ground installations, however, it's a very simple process and I was out to prove that once and for all.

Peach Tree Healthcare Inflatable LogoPeach Tree Healthcare Attracts Attention with a Giant Logo

With a name like Peach Tree, you almost have to use a peach as your logo. Doing the expected, however, doesn't always get you the attention you want. So, Peach Tree Healthcare decided to kick their brand up a notch by turning their namesake into a giant logo.

Center for Rural Health's Inflatable Colon

Giant Inflatable Colon Takes on New Educational Roles

With the boom in popularity, the giant inflatable colon is quickly becoming the gold standard of health education. Chances are, if you've attended a health fair lately, then you've seen one. However, as the interest in these custom inflatables grows, organizations are finding new ways to use them.

Lebanon Digestive Disease Associates' Inflatable Colon at Community Event

Custom Inflatable Colon Tunnel Encourages Colon Screenings

How do you fight a disease with practically no symptoms? With screenings, early and often. That's the message Lebanon Digestive Disease Associates is spreading everywhere they go.  Certainly it makes sense that medical professionals would want to help save lives by educating. But most people are simply squeamish about discussing such matters.

Hy-Vee's Inflatable Start Arch at Triathlon Event

Hy-Vee Inflatable Arch Contributes to Raising Money for Children's Charity

Employee-owned Hy-Vee grocery stores have 229 locations - and a big heart. CEO Ric Jurgens founded the Hy-Vee Triathlon in 2007 to promote fitness and encourage a healthy lifestyle. But there was more.  Jurgens also wanted to help children. So he set up the triathlon to donate proceeds to Variety - the children's charity in Iowa.

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Mini Inflatable Colon Educates Southwest Alaskan Residents about Colon Health

Alaska is truly a frontier. With a heritage of remote wilderness areas populated by native Eskimos, many of the regions are still difficult to reach. While bigger cities have transformed into tourist destinations, many of the residents live in areas only accessible by planes.

Huntsman Cancer Institute's Inflatable Colon

Inflatable Colon Makes it Easier to Discuss Colorectal Cancer

If a simple test could prevent a very common form of cancer altogether, would you take it? Then why do so many people avoid having a colonoscopy done? One reason is that the colon is not a topic people are too comfortable talking about. Another is fear: if I have the test, the doctors might find something.

Barnes-Jewish Hospital's Inflatable Colon at Community Outreach Event

Inflatable Colon Tunnel Promotes Community Outreach & Education

Take one look at the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and you'll notice something quickly… they have a passion for education. There's good reason for that.  Many forms of cancer can be treated more diligently or completely prevented with proper education and early screenings. Such is the case with colon cancer.

L4761 pumpkinMedical Center Connects With Community Using Promotional Pumpkin Inflatable

Once October rolls around, the holiday season kicks into gear with plenty of family fun. One of the most interesting of the autumn and winter holidays is Halloween. From fall festivals to traditional trick-or-treat costumes, kids and adults come out to participate. This fact makes Halloween an exceptional occasion for businesses to connect with their surrounding communities.

Inflatable Colon Hawaii

Seeing Is Believing When You Use an Inflatable Colon that Enlightens and Educates

Some organizations conduct seminars. Others host concerts. Still more run in their skivvies all for the cause of colon cancer prevention. Every effort to spread the word takes us a step closer to saving lives. However, one of the best ways to instill the seriousness of this disease is by show and tell.

Inflatable Colon at Colon Cancer Alliance Event

Strategic Partnership Leads to Greater Awareness of Colorectal Cancer

We must say, we didn't think our custom inflatable colon replicas would become nearly as popular as they have. While we're always excited about success, the inflatable colon holds a different kind of pride. Why? Because it helps raise awareness of a deadly (yet preventable) disease. That's why we're delighted about forming a partnership with the Colon Cancer Alliance

REACH Air Medical Services' Inflatable Helicopter

REACH for Life Uses Cold-Air Inflatable Helicopter to Promote Membership Program

If you or someone you love has ever been critically injured and required air transportation to a medical facility, you can appreciate the vital nature of these services. These unsung heroes make it possible for patients to get the urgent care they need in a fraction of the time it would take by ambulance. The problem is, air transports are costly and insurance doesn't always cover the complete expense.