(PRWEB) January 15, 2005
Advertising Balloons are used by numerous businesses. Do they really work?
The largest users of advertising balloons, according to Johnny Mulder at, http://www.arizonaballoon.com, are auto dealers and restaurants. Most of these businesses try to locate on busy streets and need to distinguish their store. How can they do that?
Advertising balloons, advertising blimps and advertising inflatables in a logical solution. Advertising balloons and advertising blimps seem to create an atmosphere of an event or other positive happening. You see advertising balloons in all shapes and sizes. Mulder at, http://www.arizonaballoon.com, admits that at times it can be overwhelming. Giant gorilla advertising balloons to a huge parade size helium angel advertising balloon can really put a business on the top of a personÂs mind.
Look at the Saturday newspaper. What do you see in the auto ads? Everyone is fighting for to be first in line and the biggest, most eye-catching advertisement. Advertising balloons seem to be a subtle to not so subtle inducement to get you to stop and pay attention or at the very least acknowledge the business is there. At 40mph you literally are past the business in seconds. To get your attention a business must do something different, something out of the ordinary or they have missed their opportunity. Advertising balloons may be whimsical, outrageous, patriotic, or seasonal but all are trying for just that second to say, ÂHey look at meÂ.
Mulder with http://www.arizonaballoon.com says that every area is different but most parts of the United States and Canada have local providers of advertising balloons and advertising blimps. Some companies such as: http://www.arizonaballoon.com, http://www.giantadvertisingblimps.com and http://www.aboveallballoons.com rent and sell advertising balloons and advertising blimps worldwide. The Internet has led traditional advertising balloons and advertising blimps manufacturerÂs like http://www.arizonaballoon.com to sell products worldwide.
The next time you drive down the road take a second look at that advertising balloon. ItÂs trying to speak to you!
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