Marketing managers across America are constantly looking to find the next greatest giveaway for tradeshows and corporate events. Airbrush tattoos are the marketing phenomenon many marketers have been waiting for.
At the most recent US Open of Surfing, hundreds of tattooed teenagers were running around imprinted with the "Honda" logo. What an innovative and creative method for promoting your brand. Not only were these temporary tattoos not something picked up one minute and thrown away the next, people were lining up to see what the commotion was all about.
At a recent software tradeshow at Moscone Center in San Francisco, one innovative company, CedarCrestone of Georgia, utilized a local temporary tattoo company to put their company logo on guests who would be attending the companies private party later in the evening. The tattooed logo was the "Private Invitation" to let guests in the door.
The tattoo company works directly with other large corporations such as Google, Yahoo, CNET, Tellme, Maly's, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Fireman's Fund Insurance, IKEA, GenArt and Sprint. Although temporary tattoos have been around for decades, their mainstream use in film and advertising have contributed to their popularity.
If you are wracking your brain trying to come up with new ways to provide excitement at your child's birthday party or corporate event, consider hiring an airbrush artist to come in and give your guests tattoos. The kids will have a blast sporting their new 'ink' and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that it is not permanent. The added bonus is the parents can live a little and get that special tattoo they have always wanted.
The drawback to temporary tattoos, besides its lack of permanency, is that they are often hard to find. Tattoo parlors usually do not offer these less expensive features. Searching the web is the best method for finding an airbrush company.