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Inflatable Radio Station Logo

Develop Radio Promotions That Draw Bigger Crowds & Create Station Loyalty

For radio stations, advertising is a two-edged sword.  Giving advertisers an audience before their specific target group is the way you make your money.  In order to develop that target group, however, you must market yourself to gain audience share. Inflatables have a long history of working well for broadcasting mediums because they offer much more than a giant balloon. They satisfy the demands of radio promotions and radio marketing.

Want more creative ideas for your radio station remotes & promotions? View our radio station inflatables gallery.

Inflatable KBull Mascot for WFMX

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WFMX Inflatable Bull Mascot at Radio Remote Event

Giant Inflatable Bull Mascot Brings Something Special to WFMX Radio Remotes

"Everyone here at WFMX 105.7 in Statesville, NC is overjoyed with our inflatable bull. 'Dwight,' as we have named him, really brings something extra special to our radio remotes and appearances. I really should charge for pictures with him- I'd be a millionaire by now! We sometimes fear putting Dwight too close to the road--all the people that stop could cause an accident! Children and adults alike love Dwight.

Inflatable X Logo Draws Crowds

Posted in Radio Station Inflatables

KROX FM Inflatable X Logo

Radio Station Uses Inflatable Logo at Events

Radio stations are in the business of drawing a crowd. They have to be in order to bring in business for themselves and their advertisers. When KROX FM in Austin, Texas needs lots of traffic at live broadcasts, concerts or sporting events, it pulls out the big guns. (Or should I say the big X?)

“The likeness to our company mascot was amazing. We used the balloon at the Winn Dixie Home & Garden show ... and we have had rave reviews.”

- Christy Bernard, Tony Chachere’s

"[There was] fun, excitement, and encouragement for everyone to actually walk under/through [the arch] and it worked.  We have cheerleaders and small children at the finish line by the arch handing out stickers, saying ‘I did it.’ Before we had the arch, [people] would straggle in anywhere."

- Jackie Allen, March of Dimes