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Issue 59

Inflatable Parade Float Generates Walk-In Business for Travel Agency

Posted in Travel Industry Inflatables

L5292 Inflatable Cruise ShipInflatable Parade Float Makes Waves for Local Travel Agency

Ever since he can remember, Brando Quinn has loved parades. "As a kid," he says, "I liked watching the Macy's parade on Thanksgiving Day." So, when he was looking for a powerful tool for drawing traffic to his Fun N' Sun Travel & Cruise Agency, he immediately chose a parade float.

That's when the travel-savvy Quinn contacted Landmark Creations.



Based on reviews from other clients he knew Landmark would come through reliably... with a superior product backed by outstanding service.

Working closely with Quinn, we created an inflatable cruise ship, authentic in every detail from stem to stern. At eight feet high and 20 feet wide, it was designed to attract attention, boost awareness, and build visibility.

So far, Quinn's "boat float" inspiration has paid off. Mounted behind a flatbed truck, the inflatable parade float has made a splash at local Halloween, Christmas, and 4th of July events. "Each time I've used the float as a parade tool," asserts Quinn, "my walk-in business has increased."

To top it off, the impressive float puts smiles on children's faces. As Quinn can testify from his own childhood experience, that's what parades are all about. Have questions about creating a parade float for your business? Give us a shout.

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“This has created tremendous buzz around town and we have received a great deal of compliments on the Big Tire. Exposure is my goal, and the inflatable does that better than anyone, including me, can do at these events. The Big Tire never takes a break, gets tired or has to take a call. It just keeps shining bright and the kids love it.”

- Ed Chaney, Ed Chaney Tire Center Inc.

"It was a big success! Customers were stopping to take their pictures with the inflatable pheasant and it helped draw in interstate traffic."

- Matthew Kettler, Cabela's

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