Campaign rates may vary from state to state. Please use the quick quote option to get the most accurate pricing. We have different packages to suit your needs above.
We have different packages to suit your needs above. The first section is our rates for use on our trucks. The sizing stated on the left is the size of the actual billboard. Example a 20 foot flat panel truck starts at $3,300 and the 10 foot starts at $2,500.
The second section is our pricing on street team distributions of your material. You can choose from the amount of distributors you want to how many days you will need them. If you need more than 7 days, do contact us for a custom price list for your job.
The third section is for the pricing of Backpack Billboards. As with the above these pricing are up to 5 and over 7 days. If you need more than 7 days please do not hesitate to contact us via our contact page or give us a call. We can always customize anything over 7 days to meet your target goals.
Because of the move-ability factor, mobile billboards go directly to where your audience lives, works and plays. A mobile billboard campaign can dominate an entire market or can narrow-cast down to a hyper-local level. Your mobile billboard creative should speak directly to your precise target audience where it will resonate the most. With intelligent mapping software, we can identify the most strategic route based not just on location but also demographics and additional location data insights. Mobile billboards can also target based on interest. For example, if you want to reach sports fans, a mobile billboard can run during tailgating hours on busy game days. If you want to reach the college-aged crowd, a mobile billboard can target a campus and visit popular student hangouts. Large events, such as festivals, conferences, Comic-Con or the Super Bowl are also great ways to target a specific type of audience. So not only will your reach and frequency rates be high, but you’ll be confident that those impressions were by the people you actually care about. It’s like Facebook advertisement segmentation, but real.