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Who Uses Inflatables

Landmark Inflatables Score Big In Every Market for Advertising, Event Planning & Marketing

Marketing products takes a lot of creativity. According to CBS News, the average American sees over 5,000 advertising messages daily. To make an impact when marketing products, your advertising, event planning & marketing strategies have to incorporate eye-catching techniques that leave an impression that lasts long enough to get consumers into the stores to buy.  This is where Landmark Creations inflatables really shine! Inflatables Help marketers gain attention in almost every industry.

Inflatable Santa Claus Character Helps Rental Company Stay Ahead of the Competition

Posted in Agency Side Inflatables

Realistic Inflatable Santa with BellRental Company Outdoes the Competition with an Inflatable Santa

When businesses in Mount Vernon, Washington, need to stand out at an event, they know just whom to turn to: Ideal Rent-All. The company prides itself on maintaining the highest quality standards, as well as stocking unusual inflatables suitable for nearly any occasion. Inflatable characters are a long-time favorite, and help clients attract attention at a wide variety of events. Lightweight and portable, inflatables are easy to set up and quick to deflate, and don't require any special training to use.

Inflatable Marketing Tents Increase Traffic & Engagement at Events

Posted in Agency Side Inflatables

SHAPE Diva Dash Inflatable TentSKA Events Uses Custom Inflatables to Make Divas Happy

SKA Events (an event production company) needed a portable shelter to serve as a recognizable structure at the SHAPE Diva Dash 5K nationwide series of obstacle races. Their criteria included being large enough to house sponsor displays, prize giveaways and a lounge area. SKA Events also wanted flexibility with the use of the shelter since each market for the Diva Dash was unique.

Inflatable Snow Globe Costumes Are A Hit At Rudolph's Holly Jolly™ Christmas Light Parade at Silver Dollar City, Branson, MO

Posted in Agency Side Inflatables

Inflatable Snow Globe CostumeSnow Globes Come To Life As Inflatable Costumes For Christmas Parade

Remember snow globes from your childhood? Those small handheld toys could be shaken until the scenery inside was surrounded by a flurry of "snow" suspended in water. The effect was fascinating to watch. Now these whimsical toys have been brought to life through the magic of inflatable costumes!

The Dalton Agency Wraps Up Event Marketing with an Inflatable Product Replica

Posted in Agency Side Inflatables

Inflatable McWrap for Dalton AgencyInflatable Product Replica Pumps Up the Dalton Agency's Food Marketing Strategy

What's 20 feet tall, weighs 80 pounds and makes your mouth water? An inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap. In a sea of vans, tents and people, the Dalton Agency needed a clever way to capture attention from far and wide for its client (McDonald's) at events. The agency decided on an inflatable product replica of McDonald's new McWrap because the shape, size and color gave the restaurant a competitive edge in a crowd.

Motorcycle Company Finds Multiple Uses for Inflatable Logo

Posted in Automotive Industry Inflatables

L4755 klock werks 250pxVendor Booths, Parades, Rallies ... Inflatable Logos Improve Brand Visibility Everywhere They Go

To hear Laura Klock, from Klock Werks tell it, the company's new inflatable logo is the fulfillment of a long-term dream. "My husband, Brian Klock, has wanted an inflatable of our logo for many years. It was honestly something we never put high on the list because we simply thought it would be cost prohibitive. I'm so happy he got his wish. It's amazing!" 

"Landmark worked with us to make sure our client was satisfied with the product. They provided great customer service and got us answers when we needed them."

- April Lo, SKA Events

"Landmark Creations has been our go to supplier for 15 years. Tom and his team are people we count on to make our products look good."

- Jack Doyle, Scenery First