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 [...]
Spin To Win Finding his calling in the most unlikely of places, Manny Espinoza, 20, just might be the best sign spinner in San Antonio. After competing in local competitions, he recently earned the title of number one spinner in the city. A soft spoken, flexible young man, he opens up and expresses himself with his over-the-top, sign spinning moves. Espinoza’s style includes jumping around like a kangaroo, spinning around like a dog trying to catch its tail, and contorting his body [...]
Playoff Spinners in DC Playoff season can one of the most exciting times for a city. Fans across the area bring out all of there cool team gear to represent the city. AArrow DMV decided to show their excitement for playoffs. Watch as they put on a show for the fans outside of the Verizon Center and put their stamp on the DC playoff experience.
Why Experiential Marketing Will Rule 2017 That’s a bold premise packed in the title of this piece. So let me explain. The 21st century is moving at the speed of light. The marketplace is becoming increasingly diversified, as consumers face more choices and options than ever before. Many brands are struggling to keep up with their competitors, and wind up jumping into a rat race to the bottom where the only noticeable brand differentiator is price. And many of advertising’s most time-honored [...]
Sign Spinning World Champion Flips to Title You’ve seen them at intersections and outside strip malls spinning an arrow-shaped sign and trying to grab the attention of drivers and passers-by. Turns out, there’s more to it than just twirling the sign, and the ones with the most creative moves compete every year for the title of World Sign Spinning Champion. More than 100 of the human billboards broke out their best moves for a crowd in downtown Las Vegas last week. In [...]
The 2017 World Sign Spinning Championships was nothing short of historic. This year was the 10th annual installment of the event and was it exciting! Special thanks to our sponsors Cricket Wireless, TSheets and Wahoos Fish and Tacos for making it possible! Here are the Top 50 Spinners in the World!
Phoenix sign spinners competing in World Sign Spinners Competition PHOENIX – You see them all over the Valley. They’re the young men and women spinning advertisement signs on street corners. Many using creative dances and tricks to grab passerby attention. “In order to become a professional sign spinner. it takes a lot of hard work and endurance,” said Jarrod Ray, the general manager for AArrow Sign Spinners in Phoenix. Ray and two of his employees are competing in the World Sign Spinners [...]
HOUSTON HOME TO MEDALIST SIGN SPINNER The Houston area claims two gold medalists from the last Olympics, but you may not know that there’s also a “medalist” sign spinner who lives in Houston. Fresh from the international competition sponsored by AArrow Sign Spinners, Ray Rivera took third place in what he considers the Olympics of his profession. “I won first place a few years ago, then second. This is the first time I took third,” he said. Spinners can be spotted at high-traffic [...]
Houston sign spinners to show off their top “tricks” in Vegas You’ve seen them at many a busy Houston intersection. Those ubiquitous 20-something street hawkers with the athleticism and endurance to toss around a skinny six-by-two foot arrow-shaped sign for hours under the blazing sun. Their moves — or “tricks” — are meant to draw attention to new subdivisions, apartment complexes, tax preparers and furniture stores having a big sale. With their wide smiles and chirpy expressions, sign spinners feed off their [...]
Sign spinners show their stuff during Fremont Street Experience competition Away from the crowd’s roar and the spectacle of men and women spinning and tossing arrow-shaped advertising signs, Elijah Scholz practiced and listened for his name. The 18-year-old Californian from the Sacramento area spun his own black-and-orange sign over his head and gave it a flip in the air. “My brother got me into it,” Scholz said. “I also do some dancing, parkour. I do some juggling.” Scholz was one of 100 contestants [...]