What's 20 feet tall, weighs 80 pounds and makes your mouth water? An inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap. In a sea of vans, tents and people, the Dalton Agency needed a clever way to capture attention from far and wide for its client (McDonald's) at events. The agency decided on an inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap because the shape, size and color gave the restaurant a competitive edge in a crowd.
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.
Carnegie Science Center Gets a Little Spacy with Cold-Air Inflatables
Most of us learn better when we can actually do something. Watching and listening are great, but to get a real grasp on how things work and what impact they have on our lives, it's hands-on all the way. Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh couldn't agree more.
Lennox Has a "Fantastic" Launch, Thanks to an Inflatable Product Replica
When you're launching a product, nationally achieving certain goals becomes a priority. In the top five are creating buzz and capturing attention. You want all eyes on you, as you unveil your latest offering to the world. Lennox Industries, a leading OEM provider of residential and commercial HVAC equipment, understood this all too well.
For 25 years, the Avera McKennan Foundation has raised money to help the Avera McKennan Hospital fight breast cancer. On May 11, 2013, they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer. But that's not all.
What Does a Giant Inflatable Replica Have in Common with a Snowboard Contest?
Answer: They both focus on creativity and style. According to Cooler.com, "Vans … is launching a brand new and somewhat revolutionary new contest this year: the Hi-Standard Series that is all about expressing your individual style and creativity instead of the old spin to win."
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.
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.
Saving babies' lives is what the March of Dimes is all about. For decades, it has worked to prevent birth defects, premature births and infant mortality through research, community service, education and events like the "March for Babies" races.
When you're dealing with youth, you want an image that's fun, exciting and downright cool. That's exactly what Spike U was going for when it approached Landmark Creations to develop a custom inflatable volleyball to enhance their sports marketing efforts.
KONO Hits Listeners with a Rockin', Rollin' Inflatable Mascot
Super-cool in his shades and bright-red T-shirt, Top Dog is the perfect representative for KONO 101.1, San Antonio's greatest hits. As an inflatable mascot, the cold-air, stationary version of Top Dog stands 12 feet high and is plenty capable of casting his promotional shadow for miles.
CDCLarue Industries' Inflatable Trade Show Display Increased Traffic 30%
What's black and red and a top-flight traffic magnet at trade shows? The Pulse-Bac inflatable product replica. This 8-foot-tall, lifelike marketing balloon has been described as a crowd pleaser, a photo op and a social media goldmine.
The Guggenheim Goes Inflatable with an Imaginative Museum Exhibit
As the Guggenheim art museum displays the works of the Gutai: Splendid Playground, it seems only fitting that they would move beyond the conventional when presenting the various works of art. The founder of Japan’s most influential avant-garde collective of the postwar era, Jirō Yoshihara, led his troupe with the mantra, "Do what no one has done before."