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Landmarketing Issue 57 - Summer 2016

Posted in Landmarketing Newsletter



Summer's in full swing and you know what that means, right? It's time to plan for fall and winter events. Now's the time for sports teams to think about player tunnels and sportscages — plus, retailers begin outlining winter holiday promotions (yikes!). Because back-to-school andfourth quarter get extremely busy, the sooner you order your inflatables, the easier it will be to meet your deadlines.

High-Profile News Coverage

You'll find our president, Tom Meacham, quoted in a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal that focused on healthcare inflatables and their uses. On a musical note, Landmark's inflatable trees found their way onto the stage at the Country Music Awards doing backup for Florida Georgia Line (impressive!).

Short & Fluffy News Coverage

As you may have heard, Landmark's office dog, Lucy, became a mom not too long ago. All but two pups (from a total of 8) left the litter and they are thriving at their new homes. Little Lucy is staying with Tom & Steph (in training as Landmark's assistant office dog), while Mona (renamed Cora) is on track to become a service dog for

Before We Go…

There are even more episodes of Landmark on Location (LOL) in the works. Have you seen all the videos in the series yet? No? Click here for a sneak peek behind the scenes as we go onsite to client installs. There's always something unexpected that results in helpful tips that will save you time and frustration during your next project. Enjoy!

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

Stephanie Meacham

Stephanie Meacham | VP of Operations


"Our Landmark Creations blast tunnel made for an incredible night and it was exeremley well received by the players, coaches and fans. Thanks to you and your team for a first class effort. Regards."

- Glenn Mastro, Watchung Hills Warriors Touchdown Club

"Just wanted to say how much we LOVE our inflatables.  We tested them in our lobby where they were, of course, an instant hit for school group photos. Our leadership was quite pleased with the durability and the realism."

- Mike Hennessy, Carnegie Science Center