What is bench advertising? The definition of bench advertising is an advertising display on a city bench that is used to show an advertiser's product or service.
Get advertising on benches in over 150 cities with a bench advertising company. Like rental of bus ads, rental of bench advertising signage, including regular bench advertising and bus bench advertising, is affordable and produces impressive monthly gross impressions figures. With the rise of public transportation use, bench advertisements using bench signs are now available in most metro cities. Not only are the bench advertising signs visible to drivers and bus riders, an advertising bench -- like an advertising bus -- is also visible to the walking public.
To rent bench advertising posters and bench billboards means to use a cost-effective medium that is always on -- comparable to bus shelter ads. Whether it's day or night, advertising on benches with a bench ad or bench ads produces views at low bench advertising costs. Indeed, an advertising bench with a bench advertisement produces almost as many views as comparable media.
Similar to advertisers that excel with bus stop ads, advertisers that succeed with renting bench advertisements and bench media on an advertising bench include large corporations, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Whether it's a product or service, a bench ad delivers a targeted message to the general public at a low bench advertising cost for the bench advertisement using a bench sign. For this and other reasons, advertising on benches using bench signs is a popular transit ad method to boost income and exposure to a message.
For a new movie, a Hollywood studio advertised on benches in several cities across the country. The movie features Michael Douglas as a real estate agent in an American town.
The ads ran in several cities simultaneously.
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Range of $75 - $500 per ad per 4 week period, depending on timing and market.
Minimum of 10 to 50 bench advertisements, depending on timing and market.
All rates and minimum purchase figures for bench advertising depend on timing and market, and bench ads availability may change without notice.
Government and nonprofit organizations are eligible for a discount on bench advertising.
See below for the average number of times a bench ad is seen (i.e., bench advertising impressions or views) and the average bench ad size/dimensions and specifications.
Range of impressions/views depends on location.
(Lead time is approx. 3 weeks. Can be reduced in certain cases.)
Impressions/Views: Range of 8,000 to 14,000 per ad per day.
Size: 84" W x 30" H, 84" W x 24" H or 72" W x 24" H, depending on the market.
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Bench advertisements may be available in some of the following markets:
|Alabama||Birmingham (Anniston and Tuscaloosa), AL|
|Tucson (Sierra Vista), AZ|
|Arkansas||Fort Smith (Ft Smith)-Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR|
|Little Rock-Pine Bluff, AR|
|San Diego, CA|
|San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA|
|Colorado||Colorado Springs-Pueblo, CO|
|Grand Junction-Montrose, CO|
|Connecticut||Hartford & New Haven, CT|
|Delaware||New Castle County (Wilmington), DE|
|Florida||Fort Myers (Ft Myers)-Naples, FL|
|Miami-Fort Lauderdale (Ft Lauderdale), FL|
|Mobile, AL-Pensacola (Fort Walton Beach - Ft Walton Beach), FL|
|Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, FL|
|Panama City, FL|
|Tampa-Saint Petersburg (St Petersburg) (Sarasota), FL|
|West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce (Ft Pierce), FL|
|Tallahassee, FL-Thomasville, GA|
|Illinois||Champaign & Springfield-Decatur, IL|
|Fort Wayne (Ft Wayne), IN|
|South Bend-Elkhart, IN|
|Iowa||Cedar Rapids-Waterloo-Iowa City & Dubuque, IA|
|Davenport, IA-Rock Island-Moline, IL|
|Des Moines-Ames, IA|
|Sioux City, IA|
|Baton Rouge, LA|
|New Orleans, LA|
|Massachusetts||Boston, MA (Manchester, NH)|
|Providence, RI-New Bedford, MA|
|Flint-Saginaw-Bay City, MI|
|Grand Rapids-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek, MI|
|Minnesota||Minneapolis-Saint Paul (St Paul), MN|
|Rochester, MN-Mason City, IA-Austin, MN|
|Missouri||Columbia-Jefferson City, MO|
|Kansas City, MO|
|Saint Louis (St Louis), MO|
|Nebraska||Lincoln & Hastings-Kearney, NE|
|Nevada||Las Vegas, NV|
|New Jersey||Entire state, incl. Newark, NJ and Jersey City, NJ|
|New Mexico||Albuquerque-Santa Fe, NM|
|New York||Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY|
|New York (and Long Island), NY|
|North Dakota||Fargo-Valley City, ND|
|Minot-Bismarck-Dickinson (Williston), ND|
|Wheeling, WV-Steubenville, OH|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma City, OK|
|Wichita Falls, TX-Lawton, OK|
|Medford-Klamath Falls, OR|
|Wilkes Barre-Scranton, PA|
|Puerto Rico||San Juan, PR|
|South Carolina||Charleston, SC|
|Greenville-Spartanburg, SC-Asheville, NC-Anderson, SC|
|Myrtle Beach-Florence, SC|
|South Dakota||Sioux Falls (Mitchell), SD|
|Corpus Christi, TX|
|Dallas-Fort Worth (Ft Worth), TX|
|El Paso, TX|
|San Antonio, TX|
|Utah||Salt Lake City, UT|
|Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News, VA|
|West Virginia||Charleston-Huntington, WV|
|Wisconsin||Green Bay-Appleton, WI|
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