Mobile Billboard Advertising.
Captive Audience Advertising has a fleet of Mobile Billboard
Trucks at our disposal to put your message in motion where
ever it needs to go.
Mobile Billboard Advertising utilizes trucks specifically
built to have a full color billboard on each side of the truck.
The billboard is approximately 22' 8" wide by 10' 5" high and can be lit for
night time runs as well.
The key is it's mobile.
The advantage of a mobile billboard truck is that it is
mobile. As obvious as that seems, this is a much different
way to advertise. If you want to promote a new bank branch opening,
you can target a specific neighborhood by having us drive up and
down specific streets. You can even have a truck parked at the
new branch location as an attention grabber during peak drive
To promote a regional event you can have a truck drive down the
major arteries of your local area and catch the eyes of thousands
of people. The key here is find a traffic jam. The slower
the traffic the more your message is read. Our trucks on the corners
of major traffic arteries, during peak drive times, capture the
Flexibility is Powerful.
This flexibility is rather powerful for an advertiser. You can
take advantage of using the same message and medium and put it
in very specific locations to meet your specific advertising needs.
There is no other advertising medium that can offer you the same
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opportunities are endless.
The opportunities are MOBILE!
Major benefits of Mobile
Your advertising dollar buys greater coverage compared to main
stream outdoor media.
With the population expanding and urban sprawl increasing,
there are more and more vehicles on the road to see your message.
Your message cannot be turned off. As more and more advertising
venues appear, your message must fight for view timeMobile
Billboards capture the attention of your prospects. Lets
you remember when a billboard drives past you!
As your message is driven right where your prospects live, work
and play you can expect to obtain over 10,000 impressions per
hour per billboard.