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:
Inflatable Barbasol Can Replica Enhances Ground Breaking Event
After Barbasol decided to construct a new manufacturing plant in Ashland, Ohio, the next logical step was to invite the press to their groundbreaking ceremony. Since initially the shaving cream icon only had an open field, it was rather difficult to give directions to company officers, city officials and the media. That's one reason Barbasol contacted Landmark Creations to develop their custom inflatable product replica.
Ashley Furniture Wellness Center "Big Guy"
When Ashley Furniture called and requested we make a smiley-faced doctor for their grand opening, we were a little confused. A doctor for a furniture store? Once they explained, it all made sense.
If you've done a trade show recently, you understand how difficult it can be to get noticed in an environment that resembles a grocery store (or cattle stall). After cruising a few rows of exhibits, attendees begin to drift off into a daze. Wake them up with an inventive and inviting inflatable trade show display.
If you live in a crowded city with housing that is very close together (townhouses, condos, apartments, etc.) chances are you have had an experience with bed bugs. If not, you most likely know someone else who has dealt with these critters.
Inflatable OsoLean Replica Became a Photo Op Location at Convention
Talk about a photo opportunity! Mannatech approached Landmark Creations to develop a six-foot tall inflatable product replica of their newly launched OsoLean™ weight-loss product. The purpose? To generate excitement. Mannatech never imagined just how much excitement they would see.
EMC Outdoor Breaks Out of the Box
Who would think a giant, helium advertising balloon would be so special? EMC Outdoor, that's who! Their creativeness pays off for clients every day. Take the case with Treanda, for example. EMC wanted to drive traffic to their client's booth at the ASH Meeting in Atlanta, GA. The best positioning for signage was near the meeting facility, but no signage existed. So EMC Outdoor had Landmark create unique, inflatable helium balloons branded with the Treanda logo and booth number.
When "innovation" is in your name, you can't settle for the same old seen-everywhere trade show booths that other companies use. Hydra-Flex Fluid Innovation needed a stand-out display that would grab the attention of everyone in the building, and that's just what their inflatable cash vault did for them.
Can you just imagine? You're driving home from work when you turn a corner and - wham! A blinding ray of light hits you right between the eyes. Valparaiso University knew this was possible when they installed a 400-square-foot solar mirror. That's big, and it could certainly project one whopper of a sunbeam. (Not a good thing when you're operating a vehicle.)
In such a visually stimulating environment, it's easy for conference-goers to get lost in all the lights, bells and whistles. That's why, when you're exhibiting at a major show, two things are vital: having great booth location and using a trade show display that wakes up attendees as they walk by.
When is an inflatable armadillo character really a dog? When it pulls double duty as a publicity hound! Sporting his fashionable gray high-tops and an easy-to-read "Dig Safe" banner, Mr. Diggs recently came onboard with the CoServ Electric Cooperative as their mascot.
When you've landed the main entrance for a major event (such as the Tall Ships Festival in Wisconsin), you need to make the most of the opportunity. That's what Karen Klevesahl, Marketing Coordinator for SMET Construction, intended to do. She was not, however, planning to do things according to status quo.