Make bus advertising in the Atlanta, GA metro area, including the counties of Cobb and Gwinnett, part of your mix of advertising. Advertising on Atlanta area buses, bus stop shelters and benches (which are known as street furniture advertising) is a terrific way to reach a coveted audience.
Atlanta is the capital of the state of Georgia. According to the latest census figures, the population of the Atlanta metro area is just over 5 million people. Atlanta is the third largest metro area in the U.S. and has the ninth largest population in the nation. Just like other areas of the Sun Belt, the region of Atlanta has seen growth since the 1970s.
Check out the Atlanta area bus advertisement options today.
JenCare advertised on bus stop shelters in Atlanta to encourage seniors to sign up for their plan. The ads were visible both day and night -- thanks to illumination installed behind the posters.
Humana advertised on buses throughout Atlanta to promote its newest service for ATL residents. The ads were on sides of buses throughout the region. The buses travel general routes 7 days a week.
|No. of Buses in Fleet||100 (estimated)|
|Monthly Ridership||1,000,000 (estimated)|
(Average per display per 4 weeks.)
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|Bus Exterior||Range of $350 - $5,000|
|Bus Stop Shelter||Range of $400 - $700|
|Bus Interior||Range of $40 - $95|
|Bench||Range of $300 - $450|
Range of rates depends on the ad size, timing and quantity purchased. Certain minimum purchase requirements apply. Additional discounts may be available based on duration and quantity purchased.
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