Steve Harvey | Sign Spinning is an Actual Competitive Sport

Sept 13, 2017 Sign Spinning is an Actual Competitive Sport To most sign spinning as a competitive sport is a bit far-fetched. I mean really, how can you take a day job and turn it into an actual sport? In reality, the competitive side of sign spinning is exactly what makes the AArrow Sign Spinners so unique. When you create a competitive sport there is a desire to be the best and surpass the best. Each year the bar is set higher and higher as the [...]

AArrow Houston Named August Spinner of the Month

AArrow Houston Awarded Spinner of the Month AArrow Houston has officially been named spinner of the month for August. Typically this award goes to an individual that has gone over and beyond in their market. For the first time ever we are awarding the whole team of Houston this award. As we all know Hurricane Harvey was one of the worst natural disasters to hit the US in the last 30 years leaving thousands of residents displaced. In addition, businesses were also affected. [...]

Spinning for Relief: The AArrow Sign Spinners Partner with American Red Cross to Raise Awareness for Hurricane Relief

Spinning for Relief: The AArrow Sign Spinners Partner with American Red Cross to Raise Awareness for Hurricane Relief LOS ANGELES, CA – The AArrow Sign Spinners, the leading global sign spinning firm, have rallied its employees in markets across the nation to encourage others to donate to the relief efforts underway for Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. In partnership with American Red Cross for the last 10 years, AArrow dispatches sign spinners to create awareness for relief when disaster strikes. The [...]

How Mr. Glasses guerrilla marketed IT with less than $10,000

Last week saw the lead up to the new horror movie IT, which made a whopping $7.467 million at the box office this weekend.Experiential agency Mr. Glasses, which opened its Sydney office in April, was given a tight brief from the client: the campaign couldn’t explicitly feature the film’s protagonist, Pennywise the clown.The agency behind the guerrilla marketing tactics describes the brief as “challenging”. “We were asked to come up with concepts and ideas on how we can promote the film in Australia and there was obviously a bit of a catch,” Chris Campbell [...]

Sign spinner advertises for downtown North Bend businesses, affected by construction work

Downtown North Bend businesses are open, despite the construction work along North Bend Way. That’s the message the city of North Bend wants to get out to everyone who drives through town. That’s also the message on the whirling and flipping sign that Tony Sims is using to direct traffic to those businesses, from his post at the corner of Bendigo and North Bend Way. Although North Bend Way between Bendigo and Ballarat Avenue is currently torn up for an [...]

AArrow Sign Spinners Continues to Hire even with Wage Increase

U.S. hiring slows in August as wage growth retreats   U.S. job growth slowed more than expected in August after two straight months of hefty increases, but the pace of gains should be more than enough for the Federal Reserve to announce a plan to start trimming a massive bond portfolio accumulated as it sought to bolster the economy. Persistently sluggish wage growth could, however, make the U.S. central bank cautious about raising interest rates again this year. The Labor Department said [...]

American Red Cross and AArrow Sign Spinners

American Red Cross and AArrow Sign Spinners Partner Up Hurricane Harvey has destroyed lives, businesses and overall have put the state of Texas in a state of emergency.Organizations like American Red Cross have used sign spinners to help create awareness for the Hurraine Relief in Houston. Our spinners in San Antonio and Austin have been on the fore front providing folks with information about how to help!If you need more information on how to get involved visit https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey

AArrow Sign Spinners and West Oakland Health Council

The AArrow Sign Spinners were honored to have spun for the grand opening of the West Oakland Health Council’s optometry department, in partnership with the UC Berkeley School of Optometry.Founded by four women in 1967, the WOHC was one of the first federally recognized community health centers in the country, and services 21,000 patients a year from this facility in the Acorn neighborhood of West Oakland.  Mayor Libby Schaaf, the dean of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry, John G. [...]