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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

LOCAL AERIAL ADVERTISING OUTDOOR MEDIA MARKETS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SINCE 1947

        WASHINGTON D.C.        

AIRPLANE AND HELICOPTER AERIAL BANNER TOWING, SKYWRITING, NIGHTSIGNS, BLIMPS AND SEARCHLIGHTS FOR PERSONAL, COMMERCIAL, MILITARY AND MOTION PICTURE APPLICATIONS

You create the entire Aerial Advertising Media Campaign including: Creative, Media, Size, Aircraft Type, Placement Dates, Takeoff Times, Target Areas and Exposure Times.
Airads Worldwide Aerial Advertising District of Columbia provides you with the experience, knowledge and the tools…
Aerial Advertising Banners
AERIAL BANNER
Up to 50 RED and/or BLACK CAPITAL Characters Incl. Spaces
Multiple Aircraft Available For Longer Messages or Formations
Changeable Copy for Last Minute Media Placement
Up to 12 ft. Tall Character Height Option
Flown by Either Airplane or Helicopter
Partial or Fully Wrapped Tow Aircraft
Display Speeds as Low as 10 mph
Logo Insertion Capable
Real-Time GPS Capable
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Washingtonian

Known as “the magazine Washington lives by,” Washingtonian is the region’s top source on information for dining, shopping, entertainment, and personalities. It has been Washington, D.C.’s trusted guide for living, working, and playing for more than five decades. With more than 300,000 monthly readers, we are guaranteed to provide smart and visually stimulating content for our audience.

In addition to all of the magazine’s content, Washingtonian.com features web-only material, including popular news stories, advice on things to do, database of recommended providers, and more. New pieces of content are added to the site each day.

2021 Media Kit

Brand Audit

Contact a Washingtonian sales rep for more information:

Publisher
Susan Farkas
sfarkas@washingtonian.com • 202-739-2400

National Accounts
Claire Carlin Parets, Account Director
cparets@washingtonian.com • 202-862-3527

Real Estate 
Matt Hendrickson, Advertising Director
mhendrickson@washingtonian.com • 202-862-3523

Maryland Region
Kristen Anderson, Advertising Director
kanderson@washingtonian.com • 202-739-2423

Washington, DC Region/Advocacy
Meghan Chaney, Account

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When people hear the word “consulting,” they often think of Harvard MBAs advising enterprise businesses on corporate strategy.

They think that being a consultant means obtaining difficult degrees and certifications from prestigious universities in order to land a competitive job at a top consulting firm.

They envision a fancy office with thousands of impeccably dressed staff members, each with a packed suitcase ready for yet another international flight.

But in reality, this isn’t an accurate picture of consulting.

Not even close.

The true picture of modern consulting is a lot closer to home, and you probably know someone right now making great money as a consultant. 36% of the US workforce is currently engaged in some form of independent consulting and contract work, and out of this group, nearly 20% of those working full-time are earning north of six figures.

In this guide, we’ll discuss the definition of consulting, explore

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