"It's just a little community, and there are a lot of older folks there," John from Houston-based National Sky Signs told XBIZ. "We flew it a couple of times and the county asked me if I would not do it anymore. It was an informal request. I said, 'Not a problem.' They moved the banner to another place."
The banner is 25 feet high and 68 feet long, with the words “Got Toys? Vibrator.com" alongside the company’s logo of a silhouetted woman.
"We felt that it's a great audience for us, spring breakers," Vibrator.com CEO Keith Levenson told XBIZ. "We know our demographics, and the 18-25 crowd is a big audience for us."
Levenson told XBIZ that he might pursue the ban through the courts.
"So far as I knew, flying planes and aerial banners was a First Amendment right," Levenson said. "From what we heard, this was a little airport that took the law into their own hands. We're contemplating legal action."