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WE LOVE TO FLY
WE LIKE TO FLY THROUGH THE SKY, LIVE IN THE SUNLIGHT AND ENJOY LIFE AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.
PHENOMENAL ADVERTISING CAN BE FUN AND EXCITING FOR BOTH OUR CLIENTS AND THEIR AUDIENCE.
TO DELIVERING SHOW-STOPPING CAMPAIGNS THAT EXCEED OUR CLIENTS’ EXPECTATIONS FOR AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT, RETENTION AND RETURN ON THEIR ADVERTISING DOLLAR.
WHY INDUSTRY LEADERS CHOOSE SKYSIGN ADVERTISING
SkySign Advertising is a night aerial advertising enterprise based at the Hayward Executive Airport, Hayward CA.
The areas we service are: Contra Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, and San Fransisco counties.
Our aircraft is a Robinson R-22 helicopter.
Our pilots are recognized as Experienced Pilots due to accumulated 10,000-hours of flying. Each pilot holds either a Commercial or Air Transport certificate, a current medical certificate, and complies with time-critical recurrent training requirements.
History of Sky Sign Advertising
In 1995, Kent attended the Helicopter Association International Expo in Miami, FL. At this Expo, Kent visited the company booth of Sky Sign Inc.
Kent met Tom Foster, the owner of Sky Sign, Inc. Kent and Tom talked a few minutes and Kent wrote the check.
The reason Kent wanted a Sky Sign system was a kick-in-the-butt recession rolling in and Kent did not want to be unemployed due to the inevitable layoffs.
Shortly after the Exposition, Kent received his Sky Sign system and SkySign Advertising began operations in July 4, 1996 on Palmdale, CA .
In April of 1997, Kent moved his operation to the Fullerton Airport due to the recession.
From this new location, Kent could fly to Burbank to the North, Marina Del Rey to the West, Newport Beach to the South, and Chino to the East and business was great.
In 2004, Kent was diagnosed with cancer. His first thought was, “Yeah ain’t gonna get me!”
He shut down SkySign Advertising and submitted to the necessary surgery, therapies, medications as required.
2006 was a year of restoration – Kent was declared free from cancer, and a his health had returned.
Kent found employment and moved to the Bay Area of San Francisco.
In 2014, Kent retired from his 35-year aerospace career. A few of the programs Kent supported were: B-1B Lancer and B-2B ‘Stealth’ Spirit, build and tested Space Shuttle Endeavor, and build and testing of the Space Shuttle launch facility at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
SkySign Advertising commenced March 2016 at the Hayward Executive Airport.