Ryan O’ Steen is Named July Spinner of the Month

Ryan O’Steen is July’s Spinner of the Month Congratulations to Ryan O’Steen out of the Atlanta for winning spinner of the Month for July 2018. Ryan has been burning up the corners with awesome personality and sign spinning moves in the streets of Atlanta.  Learn all about Ryan O’Steen in our Spinner Bio below!     Spinner Bio Favorite Trick “My favorite trick is the Time Warp, or anything involving a Helicopter.” Your favorite spot/client to spin in the month and why? “My favorite spot is a client [...]

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 between his legs, until he’s completely upside down. It ends with him on two feet again, defying everything you and I ever assumed about the restaurant [...]

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 ranks but also developed his own style which combines showmanship and dynamic athletic ability. Be prepared to be blown away!

Sign Spinners Put a Spin On “Sorry to Bother You” Opening Night

AArrow Austin joins the Fun at Alamo Drafthouse It was all smiles, on the opening night of the highly anticipated comedy “Sorry to Bother You”. AArow Austin had the opportunity to engage and entertain moviegoers, with there eye-catching performance as they arrived at Alamo Drafthouse.  Known for its creative opening nights and our sign spinners made sure that this was no different.  Take a look at our gallery below to see the fun that took place!  Check out “Sorry to Bother” in [...]

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Freestyle Features Former World Champion Kadeem Johnson

3 Time World Sign Spinning Champion Appears on Freestyle Friday     If you don’t know who Kadeem Johnson is you should. In the sign spinning world, Kadeem is in a league of his own. He is the only 3 time World Sign Spinning Champion in history and is an annual favorite to win the competition. Using his break dancing background Kadeem has been able to take sign spinning to the whole new level. Kadeem’s signature trick  “Jamaican Me Crazy ” is the [...]

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Freestyle Friday features Carlye White

Carlyle White makes his Freestyle Friday Debut Since winning Trick of the Year for his signature move “The Tarzan” in 2015, Carlye White has continued to push himself and the sport of sign spinning to another level.  In this special edition of Freestyle Friday, Carlye takes a trip to DC to show off a few of his new moves and the clean-cut power moves that makes him one of the strongest spinners in the world.  Enjoy this video, then do some [...]

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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 world. Check out his freestyle now!

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AArrow Shows Pride in Pittsburgh

Sprint and AArrow team up for the Pittsburgh Pride Parade On Sunday, June 10th,2018,  rainbows filled Downtown Pittsburgh for the city’s annual Pittsburgh Pride celebration. AArrow legend Ray Rivera joined the Sprint team as they march through the streets in celebration of love and equality. This year’s parade had an attendance of tens of thousands. At one point, an announcement over the loudspeaker said this year’s parade was larger than the city’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities. It also was supported by a number [...]