The Tampa Bay Times covers AArrow Tampa as they journey to WSSCX

TAMPA — On a cloudy afternoon in Tampa’s V.M. Ybor neighborhood, four young men with eyes squinted in concentration stood clutching duct-taped edges of signs printed with offers for a free Metro PCS phone. In the parking lot of AArrow Advertising’s Tampa office, they aspired to “the nunchuk,” “the Bruce Lee” and the “slip and slide.” But first, they’d have to master the basic combo: point, smile, wave, six count, point, smile, wave. Dennis Rogers, 22, was having a little trouble. [...]

Seattle Sign Spinners get prepared for the 2017 World Sign Spinning Championships

Local sign spinners train for world championships   KENT, WASH. – You’ve seen them on local street corners, spinning their messages. But did you know that these sign spinners are part of an elite crew that undergoes training at a little-known facility in Kent? The human directionals, as they’re known in the industry, are schooled in everything from the basics of creating a flashy presentation to preventing collisions with pedestrians. Richard Thesenga, the owner of AArrow Sign Spinners of Seattle, first got into the [...]

Laramie and Ethan make an Appearance on Fox 31 Denver !

The hype of behind this years competition is steady growing. 6 of our local Denver sign spinners will be competing in the 2017 World Sign Spinning Championships presented by Cricket Wireless.  In this news clip, All-Star Ethan Blecher and 2015 World Champion Laramie Rosenfeld stop by Fox 31 Denver to show them what sign spinning is about and what to expect on February 24th on Fremont Street! Watch this video to see if the anchors have what it takes to [...]

The Secret Life Of The Sign Spinner Featuring Stephan Bell

  IMAGE: MARCO TORRES SPORTING A BACKWARD ASTROS CAP AND A HUGE SMILE, Stephen Bell bobs his head, shakes his hips and twirls a Now Leasing! arrow-shaped sign as drivers zoom past him toward the I-10 entrance ramp off Yale Street. He’s on the clock promoting Alexan Condominiums. But, Bell says, he’s not really working. He’s performing. “Smiling at people makes me happy,” shares the slight-of-stature, 23-year-old Acres Home resident, who never stops dancing as he chats with us by the noisy [...]

Big News for 2017 World Sign Spinning Championships

The 2017 World Sign Spinning Championship is making its mark The 2017 Sign Spinning Championships just got bigger! Not only  is this years grand prize of 5k is the biggest in the competition’s history, the competition will now be brought to you by Cricket Wireless. This will be an event you don’t want to miss. Be there on February 24 and 25th on Fremont Street to witness history!

Sign Spinning-An old marketing strategy that is still effective

Social media, push notifications and TV commercials may have taken over as the major marketing tools in the digital age, but some of the old-school marketing methods can still be effective. In fact, a good businessman knows how to supplement the new with the old and create a complete campaign for marketing and advertisement. Although everything won’t be applicable to every trade, it is advised that you don’t ignore the older ploys completely. Take a look at the ones [...]

Rico stars in King Bach newest Skit!

Date me? All Star Spinner, Rico El-lis is not new to the spotlight and this is no different. Sometimes sign spinning has its perk. Rico stars in this awesome skit with internet sensation, King Bach.  Check it out, you might just laugh!    

Pinckley shows the Sun Herald how we drive traffic!

This group really knows how to spin up some business     In a crowded market, companies have to work hard to grab customers’ attention. Watching someone throw a 6-foot sign in the air, do a handstand, then catch it — that’ll get your attention. Jackson Hewitt Tax Service has hired AArrow Sign Spinners to direct customers to its new office in Pascagoula and its office in Gautier. “It works,” said J.C. Green, president of New Horizons Group/Mississippi, owner of 13 Jackson Hewitt franchises on [...]

Traub generates excitement in Chattanooga!

Chattanooga sign spinner competes, travels for the art CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — If you’ve driven down Amnicola Highway this week, there’s one man who’s probably caught your eye. Jamal Traub is a full-time, professional sign spinner. “My goal is make somebody laugh, entertain someone, make them go ‘wow,’ clap or honk their horn,” he said.   He works 8 hour shifts, making $15 dollars an hour. But he says he’s paid his dues. “I got my start as a dancing chicken juggling in Murphiesburro,” Traub said. That’s when he [...]