Darrell Backen Digital Marketing: The kite would have your logo and phone number on it

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The kite would have your logo and phone number on it

  A very simple way of putting your logo and phone number out to the public while having some fun at the same time, is to have a kite sign. The kite would have your logo and phone number on it so it, would have to be custom made. You may be able to stencil the letters onto a large kite. You can do this just like you did the lawn signs earlier, by filling in the stencil lines. If you were to have a kite contest, you could have your phone number in large letters with one number per kite. The kites could then be flown in formation with your name and phone number spelled out. It is likely that you could get a picture of this scene in the local paper as publicity stunt. You may decide to have several of your single kites with your complete name and phone number on them for sale at a reduced rate. Kids will want to have the larger kite with your logo on it to fly rather than just a plain kite. You could create some more publicity by sponsoring a kite flying contest for a local boys or girls club. Have the kites as part of the prizes. Being as you are the sponsor you can have all the contestants wearing your T-Shirts. This is similar to how the large radio stations or soft drink companies stage their contests. Let the kids keep the T-Shirts after the contest so that everyone will get something from the event. It doesn't hurt that your logo is on all those shirts so they'll remember for years to come who sponsored the contest. So will their parents, your target market! "Go fly a kite" will have a new profitable motive for you now!

Comment balloon 2 commentsDarrell Backen • April 14 2010 11:53PM

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Great idea Darrell.  I can't think of a better time of year to go "fly a kite."

Posted by Gary Swanson (Century 21 Harris & Taylor) over 10 years ago

What a great post Darrell.  If I could afford it, I would put advertising on a Blimp at local sporting events :<)

Posted by Don Spera, Serving York and Adams County, PA (CR Property Group, LLC) over 10 years ago

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