AArrow Sign Spinners are not just highly trained advertising professionals. They’re also performers and entertainers, which is why the Georgetown Hoyas asked AArrow to get the crowd going during their home games at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C., having 12 AArrow Sign Spinners perform a choreographed routine on the court for 15,000 fans in attendance. and thousands more on ESPN2. Take a look!
Guardian Capital is a real estate company in San Diego. They normally do single family units but every once in a while when they are feeling a bit wacky, they like to try their hand at Multi Unit lots.Thus came Canyon Ridge, the community we spin (maybe ‘spun’ at this point) for.It started as 10 units that were not getting a single piece of traffic on the weekends, even after using some ‘useless’ sign holding company. It just so [...]
AArrow CEO and Sign Spinner Max Durovic attended HYPE Los Angeles’ 2nd Annual Friendraiser while Jon Brown entertained the guests and welcomed them to the event. The Friendraiser was a smashing success, raising money and awareness for this noble cause. Helping Young People Excel (HYPE) is a non-profit organization that works to provide outstanding educational opportunities for low-income students.
AArrow Sign Spinners have been spinning 130 hours for Harris Farm over the course over the past 8 weeks. Harris Farm Markets have over 30 stores in Australia and hired AArrow Sign Spinners to increase traffic in their underperforming stores, as well as to advertise new store openings! During the Opening of Boronia Park 3 AArrow Sign Spinners worked hard to catch bypassers attention. For another campaign the AArrow Sign Spinners were stretched over a 2km distance from a main road leading [...]
Fast Fix Jewelry hired AArrow Sign Spinners on all weekends as well as on busy shopping days leading up to Christmas and New Years. As usual, AArrow Sign Spinners are bringing great results and are even adding a second spinning location in Roseville, CA. The campaign focuses on jewelry repair, ring & watch band adjustments while people are shopping. To spice things up a little our AArrow Sign Spinners are wearing santa hats! Happy Holiday shopping! Check it out for yourself:
On September 23, Geoff Genereaux and Patrick Luepnitz went to an audition for Raising Hope on Fox to represent AArrow Sign Spinners. Cudos to Patrick who got a part as a body double for Lee Majors!!! He ended up spinning like a pro in a chicken suit for the episode!
AArrow Sign Spinners have been spinning over the last month for one of AArrow’s biggest client: Wendys! Wendy’s challenged AArrow by giving us their eight lowest performing stores to improve all of their sales. For one month AArrow Sign Spinners spun at two stores four hours a day and killed it.
Ever stopped at a red light and noticed someone spinning a sign trying to get your attention. Selling pizzas, sandwiches, insurance… Wonder what those guys get paid or how they make it through their work day with a bottle of water and a slab of plywood on their back? Turnstyle News caught up with a professional sign spinner, 25-year-old Jeremy White from North Hollywood, to find out how he gets the job done.Turnstyle News: How long have you been sign spinning? Jeremy [...]
When Justin Brown performed on ROVE LA in a segment featuring AArrow Sign Spinners, FOX8 knew they had a very unique marketing medium on their hands. So it was no surprise that when Justin arrived in Sydney, they hired him right away to promote for the show. They targeted not only local high traffic areas, but internationally famous locations like the Queen Victoria Building, Bondi Beach, and the Pitt Street Mall. The video and pictures speak for themselves!