Emerging Advertising Opportunities in Space

Fourteen mile high billboard, JP Aerospace

"On May 21st, a high altitude balloon platform was flown to the edge of space. This mission, named Away 26, was flown by JP Aerospace of Rancho Cordova, California. In addition to it's scientific and research duties, Away 26 served as a billboard at the edge of space. "Some companies like to advertise on race cars, I like to use the planet Earth". Says John Powell, President of JP Aerospace."

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