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.
With as few as 325 of these animals in existence to date, and with the extremely high vessel-related death and injury ratio, NOAA enlisted the help of Landmark to bring awareness to this tragedy.
Armed with a 22-foot long, life-size, custom inflatable Right whale calf, they travel from exhibit to exhibit introducing people to the plight of these gorgeous creatures. Used at over 20 events each year, they have brought awareness to 10,000 people in the past six months.
From its sad eyes to its detailed markings, this massive baby is helping to save his species as he makes stops at festivals, shows, schools and more. Well done, big guy!
Every year Business Professionals of America (BPA) hosts its annual Walk for Special Olympics in cities across America, and they strive to make this major fundraising event more impactful each time.
It started out at as a way to build brand visibility at a local marathon. Now it has become so much more.
The Dell EMC inflatable arch was commissioned by Ben Stephenson, lead for the firm's Community Service Committee. As he explains it, "the initial project was to increase our presence at our water stop for the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon."
A brawny bulldog serves as team mascot for the Boyceville Community School District in Boyceville, Wisconsin.
So, when local fundraiser Jim Harvey was ready to commission a custom inflatable, he naturally thought in terms of an inflatable bulldog.