- Australian Surf Life Saving Championships - April 2016
Get in early. Over 10,000 people all looking at the ocean and your sign flys past. They can't help but ...
- A little break
We will be close for the period 18 to 26 Feb 2016. Have a great week everyone. We look forward ...
- Valentines Day Special
Do something out of the ordinary this Valentines Day. Book early to avoid disappointment
Don't let your message get lost in the clutter.
STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD!
"The sky's the limit" with your custom
message or advertisement.
CAPTAIN OTTO'S SPECIAL DEALS.
Tell the world how much you love that special someone.
TRAINING DAY SPECIALS COMING UP
We are flying training missions around the local area
and you get to benefit.
SUNDAY 12 Feb around Bribie Island
When we announce the day, use our "Sign Creator" (button on top RH corner of this page) and book early to avoid disappointment.
First in will get the banner.
Visit our TEXT BANNER tool
and BOOK NOW!!
MORE SPECIALS COMING SOON
Low flying planes always make people instinctively look up and one with a banner being towed behind it captures their attention.
Aerial advertising is a unique and effective way of marketing that engages a large, local audience for a relatively low investment.An aerial banner is also the ideal way to make a marriage proposal, wish someone a happy birthday, offer congratulations or display a dedication to the world for a loved one who has passed. No matter the purpose or message, an aerial ad stays in the mind of all those who see it.
Flying Signs conducts aerial marketing on the Australian East Coast from the NSW Border to Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. (Approved to operate Australia wide - contact us for details)
Try our unique Banner Creation tool. Have fun making your message fly across the screen.
Why Aerial Advertising
is so effective
- 88% recall the passing of the banner within the last 30 minutes.
- 79% recall what was advertised.
- 67% can recall at least one-half of the message.
*from 2194 people surveyed on Miami Beach in 2005
This clearly shows that people remember aerial advertising!