If you’re looking to get your brand’s message in front of an audience that skews more affluent, using airplane advertising at golf tournaments will allow you to hit your target -- and no one does aerial advertising at golfing events better than Van Wagner Aerial Media.
Our blimps have a long history of advertising at golfing events, especially the MetLife blimp. And our banner towing pilots are fixtures above some of the most popular golfing events in the U.S. today. Like our blimps, banner plane advertising at golfing events, offers a high-impact way to reach a large number of people at one time, especially those with a little extra disposable income.
Targeting High Net Worth Individuals
Between the PGA and the LPGA you’re going to reach an audience that’s slightly more male (64%) and over 64% are Gen X or baby boomers. Best of all, over 63% have an average income of $50k and 27% earn more than $100k. Considering that golf tournaments run an average of 4 days, you’re looking at a huge opportunity to get your brand’s message in front of this important demographic.
High net worth individuals are attractive to target because they have a large amount of disposable income. Affluent consumers are used to being bombarded by business via direct mail, telemarketing and TV/cable advertising campaigns trying to get them to spend their money. Those saturated channels make aerial advertising a great platform to reach them without being an annoyance. It allows brands to break out from the crowd and deliver a succinct message. For iconic brands, a simple die-cut banner of the brand’s image or mascot can work brilliantly, and amplify brand awareness.
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