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What is mobile billboard truck advertising? The definition of mobile billboard truck advertising is advertising displays that are wrapped around a board that is placed on the back of a truck and driven around a certain area - and more recently includes digital/LED/video trucks (also known as TV Truck advertising).
Blue Line Media is a mobile billboards and truck side advertising company that provides static/print and digital mobile billboard ads. Categorized under billboard advertising, this medium is comprised of ads that are placed on trucks that drive around events or streets. As a result, the truck side advertising signs - cards and placards reach a target audience in a specific target location. Truck side advertising posters cut through the clutter and are especially effective in areas where advertising space is nonexistent.
Digital/LED mobile billboard trucks - also known as video mobile billboard trucks - are now more popular than ever. With the video moving billboards, advertisers take advantage of reduced lead times, $0 printing costs and the ability to use video, animation and sound.
Advertisers also use truck side advertisements and displays to reach convention and event attendees, because advertisers can specify the routes for the truck to follow on any given day.
Companies are increasingly using static and digital/LED mobile billboard truck advertising to advertise job positions or job fairs.
Adobe used multiple digital billboard trucks to circle around the Moscone Center and surrounding building in San Francisco to promote its Sign product during the Salesforce Dreamforce Conference. The digital trucks are bright and visible from a distance. The trucks spent most of their time circling the main convention center and then circled the surrounding parties and events. The four day event produced lots of impressions for the software maker.
Charter Communications adopted mobile billboards in a big way. It entered markets and advertised directly against its competitors -- even calling them out in the ads. In the ad on top, Charter called out Allo customers; and in the other ad, it reached out to Solarus MediaShower customers.
With mobile billboard trucks, Charter was able to enter smaller markets where traditional stationary billboards are hard to find.
And because the billboard is mobile, it was able to go whereever the population density is: shopping center parking lots, outside of convention centers and heavily-used streets.
And the truck is even illuminated in the evenings.
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|Mobile Billboard Truck, Static/Print||Range of $800 - $2,400 per truck per 8 hour period|
|Mobile Billboard Truck, Digital/LED/Video||Range of $1,250 - $3,600 per truck per 8 hour period|
All rates and minimum ad figures depend on timing and market, and availability may change without notice.
Minimum purchase requirement is $5,000 per market or higher (depending on market), which may be spread over displays and periods. May be reduced in certain cases.
Government and nonprofit organizations may receive a discount on advertising media.
Contract Due Date: As soon as possible, because advertising is sold on a first come, first served basis.
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|Mobile Billboard Truck, Static/Print||Est. Impressions/Views: Varies according to cities and routes.
Size: Approx. 23' W x 10' H
|Mobile Billboard Truck, Digital/LED/Video||Est. Impressions/Views: Varies according to cities and routes.
Size: 10' W x 6' H (Sides); 6' W x 6' H (Rear)
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