Inflatables used to market a food truck? Granted, it’s not typical, but perhaps Eddie Garcia of Eddie’s Churro Factory has started a new trend. After all, inflatable characters have already proven themselves to be powerhouses when it comes to stopping people in their tracks. Add to that the simplicity of setup and takedown and the inflatable mascot/food truck pairing is really a natural.
Inflatables Bring Your Restaurant Marketing Ideas To Life
When the question "What's for dinner?" is asked, you'll want to be sure your restaurant is the answer. That means constantly keeping your name out front. From fast food to five-star restaurant marketing, Landmark Creations can develop custom inflatables that appeal to your specific target market and also leave a vivid and memorable impression.
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A Dancing Clam on the Rooftop? Balloon Marketing Makes it Happen
What if you have a regionally popular mascot for which you'd love to get more exposure? And what if this mascot was a dancing clam? Would your first thought be to put it on your rooftop? Balloon marketing was exactly what Ivar's Restaurants had in mind when they contacted Landmark Creations.
Inflatable Monkey Mascot Connects with Gooey Pizza's Target Market
Smart business owners and managers understand the cardinal rule of marketing: know thy target audience. Jesse Thomas of Gooey's Pizza is just such a person. "Our market is mostly younger children, so a 12-foot-tall inflatable monkey really seemed to work. We were going for the 'wow' factor." And they got it!
The Carl's Jr. Happy Star Inflatable Billboard Makes People Hungry
Here's a little Marketing 101 for you. The purpose of creating a brand is to increase familiarity to such a point that exposure to the brand brings about instant recognition. This can happen with words… a jingle… or an inflatable billboard of a giant, smiling star. Such is the case with Carl's Jr. restaurants.
Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants Top Off Promotions with Inflatable Mascot
For over 10 years, Frisch's Big Boy restaurants have succeeded with using their inflatable mascot. Dressed in his famous red and white checkered coveralls, this American icon waves to oncoming vehicles as they approach the location. Big Boy is a familiar sight, but not one always associated with rooftop advertising balloons. But when drivers see his smiling face and curly locks sitting high atop the restaurant, they immediately get a hankering for double-decker hamburgers, freshly made onion rings and classic hot fudge cake.
Inflatable Logo for Hooters' Pro Cup Racing Series
Hooters restaurants sent their oval inflatable and Naturally Fresh inflatable up and down the east coast to follow the Hooters’ Pro Cup Racing Series. How did they position? Around the outside of the racetrack. That put them in the perfect spot to be caught on camera by Speedvision throughout the event. Because inflatables are commonly used at races, Hooters knew their oval and salad dressing jar would be a success.
Inflatable Logo Helps Stroud's Barbeque Stand Out in a Crowd
Sean Stroud, owner of Stroud's Barbeque in Tennessee, knew he needed something to help improve sales at events like fairs and festivals. Stroud's is well known in the area for their mouth-watering barbecue, but their truck was getting overlooked in crowded venues. That's when he discovered advertising inflatables. He had the idea of placing an inflatable logo atop his food trucks, and turned to Landmark for help.
SONIC Combo Inflatable Product Replica Has Parade Goers Licking Their Lips
As the old song goes, "I love a parade!" Who doesn't? They are lots of fun for onlookers and for participants. Just ask SONIC Drive-In who regularly uses an inflatable product replica of their SuperSONIC Combo to entertain crowds.