Advertising Balloons: New Flashing Light Balloons Great for Dunes

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Flashing lights, great for dunes, are now available for most helium advertising balloons and advertising blimps.

Arizona Balloon Company, http://www.arizonaballoon.com, announced today that it has available flashing lights that will attach to the outside of most advertising balloons and blimps.

Currently, most balloons and blimps must be made to have a light installed inside. The new light will attach to the tether line of most balloons and blimps and lay against the side of the balloon or blimp. These light weight yet highly visible lights are the perfect choice for people going to the dunes wanting to mark their camp site and businesses wanting to attract attention in the evening hours. Depending on ambient lighting the new flashing lights may be seen for up to one mile when in the air. Larger balloons and blimps could have multiple lights attached for more visibility.

You may also have your balloon or blimp made with custom light patches for you light to fit on a particular part of your balloon or blimp. Many different colors are available from which to choose.

Johnny Mulder, president of Arizona Balloon Company, http://www.arizonaballoon.com, explains the new light are battery operated and will last for hours ( up to 12 hours) without having to change batteries. Most of the new flashing lights require only four AA batteries for twelve hours of usage. The batteries are easily accessible and there is no helium lost since you don’t have to open the balloon to reach the light. This also solves the problem of having to have electricity for the old lighting systems and the need to run an electric cord up to the balloon.

The new flashing lights are less expensive and will fit most size helium balloons from six feet in diameter and blimps from fourteen feet in length. Light are available in arrow designs also. The new flashing lights are available at: http://www.arizonaballoon.com, http://www.heliumadvertisingblimps.com, http://www.californiaadvertisingblimps.com and http://www.giantadvertisingblimps.com.

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