As cities become more choked with traffic, people are choosing transportation options that don’t require them to sit in their cars for hours on congested streets and highways. Buildings and shelters that hold and transfer riders from trains, trolleys, streetcars and buses will become a bigger part of our landscape.
Transit hubs all over America are bustling with a wide demographic of consumers traveling to and from work, as well as making their way into the city for shopping and entertainment options in the evenings and on weekends. These hubs are also filled during the day with workers and visitors making their way to various downtown locations on lunch breaks and after work.
Have you ever considered advertising in these hubs, at shelters and at stops along the transit route? You can reach thousands of consumers every day advertising inside bus stations and along rail system routes. These types of ads can’t be blocked, skipped over or completely avoided like ads on radio or TV. You’ll have a captive audience of consumers viewing your marketing message.
In Nashville, Music City Central is located next to the Municipal Auditorium in the downtown Central Business District. This station serves up to 20,000 passengers each week day. Adsposure offers unique transit advertising options both inside and outside Music City Central.
- Options include advertising on windows, stairs, poles and signage located throughout the facility.
In Cincinnati there are ad options along the Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar route in the downtown Business District and Over-the-Rhine (OTR).
- Ticket Vending Machine (TVM) Ads – These are located at every stop along the Connector route. They’re large, and perfectly located so not only do people walking by notice them, they stand out to motorists passing by.
- Interior card and exterior Extended Kong ads on the Connector.
- Station naming rights sponsorships. Stations are located along the Cincinnati Bell Connector route.
If you’d like to learn more about rail station ads or streetcar route advertising, contact us today. We’ll show you how out-of-home transit media can work for your business.