SmileCloud Bubloons Are Custom Clouds

SmileClouds are clever advertising devices that create "bubloons" - bubble-based balloons that capture attention.


(SmileCloudsUSA)

SmileCloudsUSA was formed as a way to help event professionals, wedding coordinators and party planners reach target audiences in ways never seen before. Using cutting-edge technology melded with environmentally friendly soap fluid, water and helium, we create custom shaped clouds that float for miles. Gradually dissipating and leaving zero trace behind, there is no longer need for dangerous balloons or lanterns to litter our shores. These amazing clouds range from 16 inches to a whopping eight feet and are relevant to any event and are guaranteed attraction-grabbing eye magnets. From baby showers to life celebrations and blue light specials to red carpet galas, SmileCloudsUSA perfectly captures the moment in jaw-dropping style!

There is magic in every cloud and we've all sat on our backs and compared shapes in the sky as clouds slowly drift by. Our 100% eco-friendly floating foam shapes are perfect in any setting, from a high energy rock concert to a sustainable farm...

Depending on the atmospheric conditions, clouds can last up to an hour. Our proprietary fluid has been designed for maximum longevity while displaying a beautiful shimmer effect. When you prepare for your event you need to take into account the wind direction and speed. Clouds rise differently based on gas flow, mixture (nitrogen) temperature and humidity. They fly for miles and we've had hundreds of people say they saw them and followed them back to the source. Now that's an amazing example of visual marketing working brilliantly as your event becomes a people magnet!

This invention was predicted by sf writer Alan Nelson in his 1953 story Soap Opera. In the novel, an ad company executive was displeased with standard sky writing; he wanted something that would last longer. Employee Everett Mordecai had the answer.

Mordecai hauled out a stop watch, turned his eyes upward to the slogan he'd just written.

"Possibly you'd like to time these letters..."

Automatically Spurgle gazed up too. The letters, still firm, still strong and perfectly formed, seemed to be settling earthward, undisturbed by the brisk breeze that scudded across the field...

Silently the three walked over to the slogan. Spurgle kicked at the letter G... It was a monstrous white thing, ten feet thick, half a city block long...
(Read more about permanent skywriting)

Via SmileCloudsUSA.

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