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Not just for business - harness the power of aerial banners

In the past, whenever an aerial banner would fly over the beach or somewhere else many people were gathered, we could be sure the message was personal in some fashion.

We would see flying banners that proposed marriage, congratulated a couple on their wedding, offered birthday greetings or celebrated a new job.

These days, however, it seems that most of the aerial banners we see are for businesses who are promoting a product or service. As businesses have learned how to harness the power of a wide array of advertising choices, they have tapped into the collective interest that a large number of people gathered at one location might have in their product or service. That’s just smart business.

But that doesn’t mean that personal aerial banners are passé. It should be quite the opposite, in fact, as people seek new and different ways to surprise their loved ones.

How can banner advertising be used for personal purposes? Let’s look at some examples.

First, one of the most popular uses for personal flying banners is for marriage proposals. Because a banner limits how much you can say, simply saying, “Will you marry me?” either with or without your intended’s name is a fun way to get the attention of your beloved while at the beach or sporting event. Since airplane messages can also be sent over concerts, a proposal could be made from the sky to a concertgoer, which would provide a nice complement to seeing the favorite band.

Another popular personal flying banner is that which celebrates a birthday. The milestone birthdays, in particular, are popular subjects for personal aerial ads. These banners, then, might proclaim, “Happy 60th Henry!” or “John’s a teenager now!” What’s fun about these banners is that because they are flown over large crowds of people, everyone gets to join in on the celebratory fun, not just the people “in the know”.

There are many other options for personal plane banners. Consider the following:

A banner congratulating someone on their new job.

A banner congratulating a new college graduate on their degree. This could be for someone who is receiving an undergraduate degree, or any higher degree like a master’s or PhD.

A banner announcing a pregnancy. This banner could be purchased by the pregnant woman and be her unique way of announcing this to her husband or the father-to-be.

A banner that announces a wedding is always fun. Say it’s a beach wedding. The aerial banner might be flown just after the vows are complete so the wedding party and guests can enjoy a “Congratulations (fill in the names of the bride and groom)!”

The point here is that there are a variety of ways to get personal with aerial advertising. These ads aren’t for businesses only, but can be created for personal use as well. With some thoughtfulness and creativity, they can easily fill a personal greeting void.

Arnold Aerial Advertising is one of the many companies that provide such services. Located in New YorkHealth Fitness Articles, Arnold Aerial Advertising provides nationwide service with affordable rates.

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Michael Arnold is the Director of Arnold Aerial Advertising Inc. They conduct all forms of Aerial Advertising: NASCAR, Indy Car, Spring Break, Concerts, Conventions, Rush Hour Traffic, Football, Baseball, State Fairs, all Beaches, Parades, Cruise Lines, etc. and produce the custom banners as well.

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