Promoting your brand at events, festivals, tradeshows, and similar venues can pose a challenge as space and ground surface is often unknown. Advertising flags are a versatile signage solution that makes promoting your brand and catching the eye of prospective customers simple and easy whether you are using them for a specific promotion or routine advertising.
Promotional flags come in multiple sizes and shapes, with various base options depending on where they will be located, to increase your brand’s exposure and visibility.
Advertising flags provide businesses with a big impact promotional tool with a small footprint that allows them to be placed almost anywhere. Alpine Adventures in northern New Hampshire chose to use promotional flags along the sidewalk outside of their business to promote their zipline and snowmobile tours. As a bonus, they can use the same hardware in the spring and summer seasons and swap out the snowmobile wind flag in order to promote a warm weather attraction.
When looking for an easy and portable way to promote their organization, the Teton Botanical Garden turned to promotional flags that would allow them to promote their brand at a variety of events and locations including farmer’s markets, festivals, and community events. The wind flags are lightweight and easy to breakdown for convenient transportation between events.
Events can benefit greatly from the versatility of promotional flags. Road races, sporting events, concerts, racetracks, and more are able to take advantage of promotional flags to promote their brands, highlight sponsors, or serve as wayfinding and operational signage.
Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, used extra-large wind flags on top of pedestrian bridges to promote a high profile sponsor while adding visual appeal to the large steel and concrete structures.
Rodale Events used wind flags at their Heartbreak Hill Half & Festival to canvas the area with event branding at the start/finish line and throughout the festival grounds to add to the event’s atmosphere.
Wind flags serve as mile markers along the course of the Vermont City Marathon in Burlington, Vermont. Their light weight allow them to be easily transported and set-up by their operations crew while their ability to withstand moderate weather conditions means that the event organizers have one less thing to worry about on race day.
USA Fencing takes full advantage of the height of promotional flags and uses them as wayfinding signage to mark each fencing strip at their tournaments. Serving a dual purpose, these flags help competitors and spectators get to the right area while also promoting USA Fencing’s brand and adding to the event atmosphere.