Race Participants Running Through SUPERHERO SCRAMBLE's Inflatable Archway

Portable Starting Lines Get Your Race off on the Right Foot

Whether you're hosting a 5K, 10K or full-blown marathon, there are two things your race can't do without: a beginning and an end.  Thanks to the flexibility of inflatable arches, using portable starting lines and mobile finish lines gives you an affordable way to kick things off while also promoting sponsors.

In fact, there is an entire lineup of inflatable products that makes setting up for your race easier including:

  • Inflatable Tents - Registration, post-race snacks, sponsor meet & greet… there are many uses for customized tents at racing events.
  • Inflatable Arches - From picture-perfect, mobile finish lines that are press-ready to markers for each leg of a race, inflatable arches are multitasking marvels.
  • Inflatable Pylons - Customizable, fade-resistant and fully brandable for you or your sponsors, inflatable pylons are an excellent addition to your triathlon and other racing events.

Inflatable Arches Make Good Photo Opps

Think about it.  When you see a race reported on the news or in a paper, what's the most common item photographed?  The start or finish line.  Inflatable arches offer a unique way to capture the interest of photographers through unusual shapes and vibrant colors. That's something no metal trellis or ordinary banner can do.

Outfit portable starting lines with branded sponsor banners and advertisers will be highly likely to also gain press coverage from the event.  Now that's something worth paying for.  In fact, we've had clients tell us that national sponsors didn't take them seriously until they began using inflatable arches.

Inflatable Finish Arch

Want more creative ideas for your racing events? Browse racing event inflatables in our gallery.

- What Others Say About Landmark

"Just wanted to say how much we LOVE our inflatables.  We tested them in our lobby where they were, of course, an instant hit for school group photos. Our leadership was quite pleased with the durability and the realism."

- Mike Hennessy, Carnegie Science Center