“Human billboards?” That—and you may not have known this—is one phrase used to describe the young folks you’ll see on city street corners who are spinning signs, advertising everything from a new housing development to a “large pizza for $10” special. Las Vegas does seem the ideal setting for a sign spinner competition, doesn’t it? Well, it was, and the Washington Post was there. Click HERE to read about a subculture that you probably hadn’t realized even existed, and click HERE to watch a two-minute video from two years ago when the same guy, Jose “Mucho” Angeles, also won the world championships.
On The Job: Sometimes it Takes a Human to Bring a Sign to Life
April 18, 2017