Amy Murphy was in the market for a giant inflatable arch.
As Run Director for the TriRiver Triathlon – held annually in picturesque Peace River, Alberta – she wanted a structure that could serve as the finish line for multiple sporting activities. It had to be durable, attractive, and professional. It had to provide a memorable finale to the Triathlon's running stage. And it had to reflect the regional event's growing popularity and prominence.
In short, it had to be awesome. "Second best" simply wouldn't do.
So, Murphy turned to Landmark Creations. And, with her guidance, Landmark constructed the eye-popping Peace River Arch, a towering tri-color inflatable measuring 12 feet high and 17 feet wide.
Today this striking inflatable arch welcomes weary racers in style. So far, it has played a major role at a local run, at an obstacle race, and (of course) at the TriRiver Triathlon. In the future, no doubt, it will make an impact at many other events.
Why did Murphy choose Landmark to create the custom inflatable? She found the company online, she says. And, right from the outset, she enjoyed "good communication" with Landmark's design and construction team.
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At the University of Northern Colorado, game days are always exciting. But the Division 1 school wanted to take fan enthusiasm to the next level. So, they asked Landmark Creations to build an inflatable sports tunnel, specially designed to resemble Klawz, the UNC Bears' famous mascot.