NBA All-Star Banners Targeting Records, Capturing Viewers

You’ve heard that everything is bigger in Texas. This week Dallas is taking aim at two more Guinness World Records: largest building wrap and the most basketball attendees. Both are related to this weekend’s NBA All-Star game, which is targeting an attendance of more than 80k in the new Cowboys Stadium. 

Guinness World Record in Texas

World's Largest Building Wraps

It’s the downtown building wraps that have even the most sophisticated city slickers all agog. There are massive images of the Dallas Maverick’s all-star forward Dirk Nowitzki and Cleveland Cavaliers Star LeBron James featured on the Bank of America, the Hyatt Regency and the Rennaissance Hotel. The B of A banner has a height of 30 stories and an area of 53,000 square feet, and will surpass the old record set in the Phillipines in 2008.

I suspect that since you’re reading this blog, you have an appreciation for eye-catching designs, signs and marketing. Although you probably aren’t trying to set a world record, you know that effective color combinations, unexpected placement, and some creative thought helps get your name and message noticed on everyday banners, vehicle signs, shirts, and promotional items. We’d love to help you with that–as long as it
doesn’t involve climbing 30 story buildings!

By the way, if you’d like to see some more great Dallas photos, check out Clark Crenshaw photography.

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  1. Linda Says:

    I knew those guys were tall!

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