Inside the World Of Sign Spinning

Once just a low-wage job for teenagers outside of sandwich spots, sign-spinning is now a fleshed-out and fiercely competitive sport.   Twenty-year old Kendric Washington isn’t able to fully describe the maneuver that earned him AArrow’s 2018 sign-spinning world championship, but he’s willing to try. It starts with a back handspring, with the cardboard in…

Freestyle Fridays: Kaadeem Grant

Florida’s Kaadeem Grant Shows out on Freestyle Friday We are back again with the weekly segment of Freestyle Friday, where some of the best sign spinners in the world showcase their skills. This week features Florida All-Star Kaadeem Grant. Originally, Kaadeem began his career in our DC market. Since then he has not only moved up the AArrow…

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Freestyle Friday Features Grahm Greenemeier

Grahm Makes his First Appearance on Freestyle Friday Friday We are back again with our segment of Freestyle Friday. This time we are featuring AArrow Denver All-star, Grahm Greenemeier. Showcasing his technical and smooth style, Grahm is the definition of a smooth operator. Grahm definitely solidifies Denver’s reputation of producing some of the best sign spinners in the…

Tips for an Effective Sign-Spinning Campaign

Are you ready to put a little spin into your promotional efforts? Consider these six tips if you’re considering an advertising campaign using hand-held signs — also known as “sign spinning.” 6 Quick Tips  Grab the attention of motorists with motion — and then give a strong, succinct call to action. “What you’re really striving for…