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Captain E-Z Inflatable Mascot Rescues Customers from High Prices

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Inflatable Captain EZ Mascot at E-Z Rent to Own Retail Location

Let's Face It: Cold-Air Inflatables Are Just Fun!

When it comes to mobile marketing, E-Z Rent to Own knows how to do it right. About eight years ago they purchased two 20-foot-tall Captain E-Z cold-air inflatables. These blow-up, monster-sized promotional balloons were tasked with some heavy lifting when it came to marketing.

Like many other companies, the rent-to-own chain wanted the inflatable mascots to help them stop traffic outside their stores, build name recognition and associate their brand with the cartoon character known as Captain E-Z. Sound familiar? You probably have similar goals for your marketing. The results have not only been spectacular, but also long lasting.

According to President Rich Walker, "Our two 20-foot Captain E-Z inflatable mascots certainly have become a very valuable asset to our company. After all of these years they have had a lot of use. If we took the original amount invested for these guys, and divided it by the number of days we have used them, it would probably total about $3.00 a day. That's like six postage stamps. Do I think that our decision to order a Landmark creation was smart? Yeah, and I will take credit for it."

Professionalism. Enhanced consumer perception. Increased brand loyalty. Flexible mobile marketing. These are just a few of the benefits E-Z Rent to Own has seen over the last eight years, for about $3.00 per day.

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- Bill Gerety, Veryfine Products, Inc.

"[There was] fun, excitement, and encouragement for everyone to actually walk under/through [the arch] and it worked.  We have cheerleaders and small children at the finish line by the arch handing out stickers, saying ‘I did it.’ Before we had the arch, [people] would straggle in anywhere."

- Jackie Allen, March of Dimes