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Sponsor Level 5

Here’s your message, at the top of the page, standing proudly by itself. Big enough to show logo and text; and great for highlighting movement!

What You Get

  • Animated Banners
  • News Ticker Sponsorship Credit
  • Newsletter Sponsorship
  • Use of our Daily News Ticker on YOUR own corporate web site, and More!

What That Means

  • Prominent ad banners in Aero-News, one of your banners of this size (up to three) chosen at random, seen in rotation at the top right of the page as shown
  • “WYSIWYG” Adobe Acrobat Brochures
  • Sponsorship (In rotation) of our portable News Ticker
  • Sponsorship (In rotation) of our WWW News Mailing List

What’s the Difference?

If you want to dominate the very top of the ANN website, a Level 5 Sponsorship gives you a Full Banner (468 x 60h).

  • Run a special
  • Introduce a product
  • Locate your booth at a show – the possibilities are unlimited!

Banner Size: 468w x 60h (28,080 sq. pixels)

Maximum Rate: $1550/month

Weight limit: 20k


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