Budweiser launched a worldwide campaign to promote clean, renewable energy. They have reduced electricity consumption in their beer production and want to inspire others to do likewise. Their goal for this project is to promote that their electrical usage for brewing beer comes from 100% renewable electricity – and they came up with the BASE jump from the wind turbine idea. Aerial Extreme was brought in to coordinate the stunt and have a customer logo canopy built.
As a result of the hard work, safety-first focus and experienced Aerial Extreme team’s efforts, 3 flawless jumps were made from the 265 foot wind turbine tower and became the core of the ad campaign.
Chegg reached out to Aerial Extreme to come up with a clever way to market their scholastic used book service. Their vision was to have the UCLA Bruin’s mascot skydive into a high profile football game at the Rose Bowl during half time and deliver a book to a waiting student on the field. The results were over the top.
Yahoo approached Aerial Extreme with the idea of having a skydiver parachute into Stanford Stadium during a rival
football game. Their vision was to have the jumper make an online purchase while under canopy using a laptop, then land on the 50-yard line. They also asked to have the entire purchase wirelessly streamed in real-time to the stadium Jumbotron below.