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Retail Industry Inflatables

Inflatable Aldi Grocery Bag

Inflatables Give Any Promotion In Retail More Pulling Power

Retail marketing & advertising is only successful when it motivates bodies to walk into stores.  This is usually accomplished in one of two ways: Offering an incentive or piquing interest.  A traditional promotion in retail involves offering a discount of some sort. But by using inflatables in addition to typical retail marketing ideas you can develop exceptional new ways to persuade the public to visit your locations.

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Barneys New York Introduces Gaga's Workshop with Cold-Air Inflatable Characters

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Lady Gaga Inflatable Promoting Barneys New York in Uptown Manhattan

Barneys New York Goes Gaga with Inflatable Character Head, Claw & Spider

Uptown Manhattan was taken over by a herd of inflatable character balloons in November as Barneys New York launched a new holiday campaign.  In conjunction with pop diva Lady Gaga, the upscale retailer has transformed the entire fifth floor of its Madison Avenue store into a delightfully demented shopper's paradise.

Cold-Air Inflatable Warms Up Passersby

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L5350 Inflatable Fireplace14-Foot, Cold-Air Inflatable Turns Lookers Into Shoppers

If you own a storefront, watching all those people walk right past your door can be frustrating. What will it take to entice them to come inside? Sure, placing signs out front helps communicate sales messages, but signs can sometimes get lost in the shuffle.

Giant Inflatable Balloons Increase Advertising Revenue

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Holiday Inflatables Being Installed at Shopping Mall

Giant Inflatable Balloons Increase Holiday Cheer & Advertising Revenue

DG Arquitectura, an interior design firm in the Dominican Republic, had a twofold purpose when they contacted Landmark Creations. They wanted to add beautiful, bigger-than-life Christmas decorations to the Acropolis Center (a local mall) in Santo Domingo to increase holiday cheer. They also wanted to generate some additional marketing revenue. It just so happens that giant inflatable balloons are perfect for both tasks! 

Giant Inflatable Replica Helps VANS Canada Promote Youth Snowboard Series

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VANS Canada Inflatable Snowboard Boot at Hi-Standard Snowboard Event

Inflatable Product Replica Takes Center Stage at the VANS Canada Hi-Standard Snowboard Event

Ski masks. Shredding. Rippers. It sounds like something out of a "Friday the 13th" movie. In reality, all these could be found at the VANS Canada youth snowboard event. In addition, VANS had one especially popular star attraction: a custom, giant inflatable replica of their bestselling snowboard boot, the Hi-Standard. 

GE Profile Inflatable Product Replicas Hit Times Square

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GE Inflatable Washer and Dryer in Times Square

GE Profile Washer & Dryer

New York City is world famous for having some of the most unusual sights and people in the world. So it took a little doing to create something that would capture attention in this borough of the bizarre. A giant, red, inflatable product replica did the trick!It only makes sense that GE wanted a high profile for their new Profile™ washer and dryer set. During their event this past August, they hosted an auction in Times Square. The 40-foot tall inflatable product replica towered over the crowd and drew visitors to the event where they auctioned off a pair of Ryan Seacrest's blue jeans.

"Simply put, the bobbleheads were a real hit at TwinsFest. Over 21,000 fans attended the two-day event raising more than $100,000 for the Twins Community Fund charities."

- Heidi Sammon, Minnesota Twins

“The inflatable finish arch looked fantastic! Local media was also there filming, so photos and videos of our race were viewed by many with our logo front and center.”

- David Parker, Pacific Road Runners Club