Category Archives: Outdoor Advertising

Bike Week 2009– Sturgis, South Dakota

This year the Sturgis Bike rally will be August 3rd through the 9th, hosting six to seven hundred thousand bikers and fans. This class “A” event presents the advertiser with a golden week of opportunity. For the last few years, AirSign Aerial Advertising has had the privilege of being the only Aerial Advertising company covering the Sturgis event. The Sturgis Bike Rally is predominantly an outdoor event. When combined with the long summer days and a concentrated audience, this event allows advertisers to receive maximum exposure and return on investment.

The Crowds Roll Out For Spring Break!

From Lake Havasu, Arizona to Miami South Beach, Florida, Spring Breakers hit the beaches by the thousands during the month of March, making it an advertiser’s paradise. AirSign Aerial Advertising had the privilege of serving clients like Papa Johns Pizza, MTV Spring Break, Geico, McDonalds, Golfsmith, and many more. Spring Break provided clients the first major opportunity this year to reach thousands of people in concentrated locations, producing high impressions with a very low cost per impression. Aerial Advertising can be used create Brand Identity or to advertise a New Product or Special Event. Like many clients have realized, Aerial Advertising can be used for many different applications as a standalone advertisement or to complement other media. No matter what method you prefer, Aerial Advertising is sure to help your campaign be successful!

Alternative Advertising Soars During Weak Economy

Recently the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) announced that “out of home advertising revenue” exceeded the majority of traditional media for most of 2008. “The out of home industry rests on a fundamentally sound foundation”, said Stephen Freitas, Chief Marketing Officer for the Outdoor Advertising Association of America. “During a recession, advertisers are looking for value and out of home advertising provides outstanding ‘bang for the buck’ in the media industry.”