The CRMO Foundation approached us with a special task for their meeting at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar in Philadelphia. The group hosted a meeting and wanted balloons to make children feel more welcome. Thanks to our bright colors and big garlands – we succeeded!
About the CRMO Foundation
Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis (CRMO), or Chronic Nonbacterial Osteomyelitis (CNO), is a disorder that causes bone pain due to inflammation in the bones not caused by infection.
The CRMO Foundation aimed to raise awareness for this rare disorder. They hosted a meeting at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar in Philadelphia for patients and their families. The goal was to bring patients and their families together to form a community, raise awareness, and fundraise for research and treatment.
The foundation wanted to have balloons at the event to make children feel more welcome and at ease when entering and registering.
We set up a small cluster of balloons by the meeting entrance sign. We chose a purple, silver, and white color scheme. These colors added a small burst of serenity and optimism throughout the venue!
In addition to the small cluster, we added a larger garland by the registration table. This added a bit of excitement to something that may otherwise be a bit monotonous.
To help occupy the young kids who attended the event, an event childcare service was also hired to set up a playroom. The company was called PLAY.ISH: Onsite Event Childcare, and they did a fantastic job! The playroom was set up with games and activities that certainly kept the little ones occupied. What a great way to make sure everybody has fun!
It was wonderful to see the work that the CRMO Foundation is doing to raise awareness for this rare disorder.
Thank you for trusting The Great Inflator to brighten up your event!