The Happytime Murders – Sign Spinners at the Inkhole!

The Happytime Murders is a new comedy with a dark plot : When the puppet cast of an ’80s children’s TV show begin to get murdered one by one, a disgraced LAPD detective-turned-private eye puppet takes on the case. (WARNING : TRAILER IS NSFW) To promote the release of the movie, a bar in Hollywood got a one of a kind makeover, transforming it into speakeasy where humans and puppets drink, relax, and gossip side by side. Even though this [...]

Sign Spinners Help Promote TBS’s The Last OG at the NBA All-Star Game

While half of the company was in Vegas for 2018 World Sign Spinning Championships, some of our Los Angles stayed in LA to have a little fun at the NBA All-Star game. With the city as hype as ever you know we had to join the party. Our spinners helped give the All-star game a different kind of excitement.  Make sure you check out Last Og on TBS.   The Last OG Tray (Tracy Morgan) is an ex-con who is shocked to see [...]

AArrow LA is all in for the Dodgers

One of the most exciting times in the sports season is here. Not only does NBA season kick off, we are now in the middle of one of most exciting sporting events in the US, the World Series! With LA being one of our biggest markets in the country, what better way to show some hometown support than with LA Dodgers signs and some of best sign spinners in the country. AArrow Superstars Rico-Elis and Zack Blaylock do the [...]

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 [...]

Sign Spinning School

Sign Spinning School via San Fernando Valley Business Journal Written by Mark R. Madler At the Southwest corner of  Magnolia Boulevard and Tujunga Avenue, young men line up with aarrow-shaped signs in hand. At the head of the line is Justin Brown, an employee of AArrow Inc. and the instructor of the afternoon’s free sign-spinning class at a park in Hollywood. Pointing a finger at passing vehicles, Brown calls out, “white mini-van” or “red Honda” and the students take turns spinning and flipping [...]

Unconventional Leadership Use Sign Spinners to Promote Change

Members of the Unconventional Leadership class promoted the May 16 Los Angeles Unified School District elections with a booth on the quad that featured a sign-spinner, Krispy Kreme doughnuts and music on Monday. Nick Melvoin ’04 and Steven Zimmer ran for the position of Member of the Board of Education in Board District 4 of the LAUSD. Students used a megaphone and chalk messages to attract their classmates to the booth, where they could register to vote and sign up [...]

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!  

Sign spinners turn heads and profits

Andreas Reeg AArow Advertising sign spinners meet weekly to practice new moves and show off their skills. by Caitlan Carroll Marketplace for Thursday, August 29, 2013 [border] An older man wearing gobs of sun block and a gardening hat dances on the side of the road as cars zoom past. He’s waving a sign advertising a sale at Dick’s Sporting Goods. The manager gestures at one car heading toward the sports store and says, “See that? See how he’s smiling? He’s  just turning over there. [...]