Monday, September 28, 2009


Advertise On Military Missiles

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If advertisers really want to grab consumer attention, they should place their ads on gigantic missiles.

Arye Sachs, a former Israeli sergeant, owns the largest private and legal collection of decommissioned missiles and fighter jet cockpits once used by the military.

He parades his historic aircrafts around New York by hitching them to trailers as a “mobile aviation museum” that awes onlookers.

Sachs gets so much attention from people wanting to touch and climb the battle equipment, he’s looking to turn his missiles into billboards.

He believes that if businesses advertised on the military machines, sales would go through the roof since an ad on a huge missile is hard to miss.

Consumers are attracted to the patriotism and “American ingenuity” represented by the aircrafts, so they’d be likely to purchase whatever product is on it.

Sachs figures cigar ads would sell well on a missile, but plugs for Gerber baby food, not so much.

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