As an inflatables manufacturer founded in 1986, we’ve created our fair share of sports tunnels. The typical scenario is that the administration, sports staff or booster club of a high school or college will contact us and place an order. However, there is the rare occasion where someone outside the school system steps up to help out.
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.
MAX Credit Union's Giant Logo Is Easily Spotted
The goal was simple. MAX Credit Union wanted a way to get noticed at events. Something simple. Something professional. Something immediately recognizable. But with so many choices, which would be the best option?
My Promo Planet Resells Inflatable Product Replicas to the U.S. Army
Why do you call an inflatable manufacturer? Most of the time it's because your company, organization or cause needs a high-quality, custom inflatable. Product replicas, mascots, banners and more are common for use with trade shows, mobile marketing and press conferences.
Working in conjunction with Director X, Skyscape Balloons brought one element of a three-artist exhibition in Toronto, Canada, into clear visualization. According to Michael Prokopow, co-curator of the city-produced event called Oblivion, each phase of the transformation was designed to help participants explore a state of nothingness / state of being and the process of going from something to nothing.
Country's Best-Known Lizard Goes Large as a Cold-Air Inflatable Mascot
When you've created one of the most recognizable characters in advertising history and made him a national TV celebrity, what's your next step? Take advantage of that popularity and turn the little fellow into a giant, cold air inflatable!
Northern State Bank of Virginia Inflatable Dog
Otis the dog accompanies his owner, the President of Northern State Bank of Virginia, to work every day faithfully. He's become quite a fixture and is considered one of the team. In fact, Otis is so well loved, he's moved into the position of official bank mascot. Because the public loves him so, his presence is often requested at community events. But for such a small creature, crowds are not always a good thing. Enter Otis the inflatable mascot.
Firefighters Get A Much Needed Break With On-Site, Portable, Mobile Shelters
Firefighters have one of the most stressful and dangerous jobs on earth. In constant fear for their lives, firefighters desperately need a place to take a break, recoup and rejuvenate during the course of putting out a blaze. Until now, there were no portable, mobile shelters. To date, firefighters depend on old school buses (or similar vehicles) to serve as their rehab stations: Not very comfortable or roomy.
What better welcoming committee to the Minnesota Historical Society than Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox? These legends live on as bigger-than-life, cold-air inflatable characters that stand 18-feet tall.
Bring Smiles to Your Customers' Faces with a Cold-Air Inflatable Mascot
Remember the days when banks were stuffy places? Formal in appearance and demeanor, as quiet as a library and sometimes unapproachable for the common person. Long gone are those times! Today, banks are working hard to befriend their customers, give them a comfortable experience and offer services that are truly useful. US Bank is leading the pack in this area in many ways including the use of an inflatable mascot to reach out to the public.
Ten years ago, several veterans and friends were moved by stories of the first servicemen/women as they returned from duty in Afghanistan and Iraq. Their compassion turned into action as they set about providing comfort items to these wounded service people.
What can the ocean's deepest sub-floor tell us about Earth's ancient history?
Plenty, according to the International Ocean Development Program (IODP). For years now, IODP has been drilling, coring, and monitoring the sub-seafloor in a quest to gain a greater understanding of our multifaceted planet.
Now IODP is bringing its discoveries to communities all over America, through its national traveling exhibit, "In Search of Earth's Secrets: A Pop-Up Science Encounter."
Talk about visual aids! One teacher, who saw students struggling with earth science, decided to make her lessons more hands-on. After hiring Landmark Creations to develop their custom inflatable, Laurie Henry and her teaching partner began traveling across the state of Texas to bring highly interactive assemblies to school gyms using a 40-foot-wide canyon model.