In this city, the billboards are as grand as the rapids. Which makes the Grand Rapids billboards popular with all types of companies and organizations, including government and nonprofit organizations. The DMA that encompasses this city includes Kalamazoo, Michigan and Battle Creek, Michigan. These marketers prefer the large bulletin billboards but also frequently use the poster size billboards which are more cost effective. Digital billboards are also becoming more well known and popular in Grand Rapids.
|No. of Billboards||100|
|Major Roads||I-296; I-196|
|Attractions||Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park; Gerald R. Ford Museum; Grand Rapids Public Museum; Leonardo da Vinci's Horse; John Ball Zoo|
(Estimated per location per 4 weeks)
|Bulletin (Large Billboard)||$1,500|
|Digital Bulletin (Large Digital Billboard)||$2,500|
|Poster (Medium Billboard)||$950|
|Digital Poster (Medium Digital Billboard)||$1,250|
|Zip Codes||49501 49502 49503 49504 49505 49506 49507 49508 49510 49514 49515 49516 49518 49523 49525 49534 49546 49548 49555 49560 49588 49599|
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