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Landmarketing Issue 02 - Spring 2002

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Landmarketing Issue 2 - Creative Inflatable Ideas You Can Use

Stephanie MeachamWelcome to Issue 02 of Landmarketing - Inflatable Marketing Ideas You Can Use

As spring begins and the weather warms, more and more our thoughts turn to outdoor promotions. The perfect setting for inflatable advertising! In addition to cold-air, helium, and sealed inflatables; Landmark has added a new and dynamic line of balloons that offer an entirely new twist to your promotions. These exciting, dynamic inflatables are just the ticket to give your marketing efforts a boost and they're budget friendly, too!

The excitement continues to build with the introduction of our Summer Adventure contest guaranteed to float your boat (literally). When you refer a friend to our site and subscribe to Landmarketing, your name will be entered into a weekly drawing to win one of twelve inflatable kayaks. You will also be automatically entered in our final drawing, July 1st, to win a $500 gift certificate from the world's foremost outfitter,! Don't have your own subscription yet? No problem! If you sign up as a new subscriber, your name will be entered into the drawings as well. Your summer adventures will be endless with this easy-to-use, two-man kayak. Remember, we'll give away one kayak each week, so keep those referral subscriptions coming!

It's going to be a great summer as we work together to promote your business with the highest level of success yet (and have a little fun, too)!

Heisman Trophy Inflatable Scores for Suzuki

Ask Matt Klein, account manager at PSP Sports, and he'll tell you that if you need to grab the attention of a crowd from a distance of 500 feet, cold air inflatables are the way to go. That's exactly why he purchased two 20-foot inflatable Heisman trophies for his client, American Suzuki, for their Heisman college campus tour. The promotion had to be big, so PSP Sports turned to Landmark Creations for some giant-sized help--literally. The end result was phenomenal

It's Spring Cleaning Time, Should You Machine or Hand Wash your Inflatables?

Annual maintenance is a must to keep your inflatable working properly and looking its best. For those balloons that are used frequently, more regular cleanings are recommended. Keeping your inflatable clean will not only increase its life by preventing mold, mildew and the general stink factor, but it will do wonders for its appearance as well. We've seen amazing transformations of older, dirty inflatables after professional cleaning, both by hand washing and commercial machines. The question is, when do you clean your inflatable by hand, and when do you have it washed in a commercial machine?

Until next time, I wish you success in all your promotions!

Stephanie Meacham

Stephanie Meacham | VP of Operations

“We wanted to convey our 'money-saving' message, what better way than a 14-foot-tall inflatable booth with money flying around in it?”

- Brandon Hoffman, Hydra-Flex

"Give our races a 'big event' feel.  They look cool in photos and videos, and they help us establish the look and feel of our brand."

- Sam Abbitt, Savage Race