Max Durovic

Nominated as one of the top entrepreneurs under the age of 25 by Business Week, Max Durovic is no stranger to the limelight. He found AArrow Advertising in 2001 after completing his first year at Georgetown University and his entrepreneurial spirit has revolutionized the advertising industry ever since. Max 'spin'vented sign spinning when he was fresh off a summer job as a sign holder in 1999. As a San Diego native, he and friends began to infuse their extreme sports background with street performance to do tricks with signs in order to catch attention of spectators and communicate a targeted advertising message.

Since start up, AArrow Advertising is now the world's largest guerilla marketing franchise that provides advertising solutions to small and large businesses internationally. Home of the World Famous AArrow Sign Spinners, clients range from Fortune 100-500 companies to celebrities, sports and entertainment industries, store grand openings and special events. AArrow Advertising now employs more than 750 youth across the globe between the ages of 16-24. These professional spinners are attention-grabbing and generate a 'superstar' quality; appearing in popular music videos for 311, the Ting Ting's and national TV commercials for Pepsi and Ford.

Max himself has been featured on NBC'S Today Show, ABC World News, CNBC'S The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, Ellen DeGeneres, Fox and Friends, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and a list of others.

Recently recognized on the 2009 Inc. 500/5000 annual list and as the top business in the West by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and American Free Enterprise, AArrow Advertising has a shot at taking home the 2010 Top Small Business of the Year Award.

With operations in more than three countries and 30 locations, AArrow Sign Spinners are able to create a one-on-one advertising experience with each person passing by delivering what no other form of advertising can: eye contact and a smile.