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Inflatable Mascot Builds Relationships with Radio Station Listeners

Posted in Radio Station Inflatables

Inflatable KONO Radio Station Dog Mascot

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.

There is little wonder why this big guy is a popular request when the station books remote broadcasts for advertisers.

But he's not a one-trick pony: he's also got mad "skillz" at onsite appearances, concerts and more.

If a buzz is what you're looking for, mascots repeatedly generate photo ops that quickly translate into social media frenzies. What's more, despite their enormous size, cold-air inflatables are easy to transport and set up - the perfect set of features when mobile marketing is key to increasing your revenue.

According to Sara Chadeck, Promotions Director of KONO, "[I chose Landmark Creations because they had a] reasonable price for a customized inflatable. The other inflatables featured [on their site] made me confident that they could produce exactly what I was looking for."

If you attend live events where personal interaction is key, inflatables could be just the ticket.

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- Heidi Sammon, Minnesota Twins

"[The logo] helped us create a better presence, improved foot traffic, became a photo backdrop and helped us have the best-looking booth at the events,"

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