By now everyone’s seen the sign spinners out on the road. They hold up signs for apartments, strip mall restaurants, and all manner of stores to get your attention, and your money. They seem like cheap gimmicks, because surely they’ve never gotten you to go wherever it is they wanted you to. Right? But sign […]
By Tanja M. Laden on Aug 30, 2013 2:30pm Long before ads hit newspapers, radio, TV, and the internet, there was the sandwich-board man, who Charles Dickens once dubbed “a piece of human flesh between two slices of paste board.” More than 150 years later, human billboards not only still exist — in California, the fringe occupation is […]
Andreas Reeg AArow Advertising sign spinners meet weekly to practice new moves and show off their skills. by Caitlan Carroll Marketplace for Thursday, August 29, 2013 [border] An older man wearing gobs of sun block and a gardening hat dances on the side of the road as cars zoom past. He’s waving a sign advertising a […]
AArrow South Africa demonstrated their best sign spinning skills while launching a two week campaign for Steers Burgers, the first AArrow campaign held in Capetown. The Steers campaign commenced to raise awareness about the “King Steer” range topping burger. Based inside the Golden Acre Mall, four of AArrow South Africa’s strongest sign spinners faced a difficult […]
Clínica Internacional held its annual event outside of Lima, Peru and this year, the AArrow Advertising Peru team played a fundamental role in attendance at the convention. AArrow Peru was hired to put a spin on ordinary direction assistance and guide the guests through the route in a way they would always remember. Not only […]
McDonald’s couldn’t get enough of the AArrow Advertising Peru Sign Spinners. After their success in promoting McDonald’s free coffee, the restaurant decided to rehire AArrow Peru for its Chicken McBites campaign. Not even the cold and gloomy weather in Lima, Peru could stop the AArrow Sign Spinners from performing with enthusiasm and putting smiles on customers’ faces.