Inflatable Pylon at Racing Event

Custom Inflatable Pylons Mark the Spot on Water or Land

When you require something that gets the attention of people in action, custom inflatable pylons answer the call. Similar to the air gates used during the 2009 Red Bull Air Games, inflatable buoys highlight goals at sporting events, protect the public at beaches, mark water hazards on golf courses and more. Lightweight and portable, inflatable markers from Landmark Creations give you the ultimate in flexibility.

Cold-Air Inflatable Pylons

For circumstances where more durability is needed and power is available, try our cold-air inflatable pylons. Each is made from sturdy, fade-resistant materials and comes equipped with a professional-grade blower.

Airtight Inflatable Buoy

Sealed so they stay inflated without a blower, airtight inflatable buoys are designed specifically for use:

  • On or in water
  • When a power source is not available
  • Where the noise of a blower would not be acceptable

Custom Inflatable Markers Work Well For:

  • Triathlons
  • Boat shows & other outdoor events
  • Public beaches
  • Private parties
  • Golf tournaments
  • Booster clubs
  • Community events
  • Sporting events and more!

Sell Sponsorships on Your Inflatable Markers

Many organizations will find they can quickly recoup the cost of their inflatable markers simply by selling ad space on the sides. Because these markers are usually placed in highly visible areas, advertisers are virtually guaranteed to be seen repeatedly. Through the sales of ads on your inflatable pylons, you can easily begin to generate an additional stream of revenue for your organization or event. Ask us about custom-designed banners that work perfectly for this purpose. 

Inflatable Pylon

Want more creative ideas for using pylons & buoys at racing events? View our inflatable pylons / buoys gallery.

 

- What Others Say About Landmark

"Landmark created two inflatable Truman the Tigers for us, and they were incredibly easy to work with, as well as very affordable."

- Michelle Froese, Missouri University