Mobile Billboard Advertising -RPMB Mobile Billboards
Increase your sales, marketing and reach through high impact mobile billboards throughout your city, region, province or across Canada.
Why Mobile Billboard Advertising?
Here at home in Canada some of the world’s most successful and most astute marketers, including President’s Choice, McDonalds, Coca Cola, Pepsi, Tim Hortons, Save On Foods, U Haul and Co-op (and many others) have realized the benefits of adorning their own trailers in these self-promoting banner ads. These companies own the assets, but what can other, sometimes smaller companies do if they don’t own these resources? This massive impact from Mobile Billboards can make your brand appear larger than life and increase your presence in your community.
If it’s good enough for these advertising front runners—with all their resources, history and marketing successes—then who are we to argue with the viability for other advertisers even without extensive monitors or statistical proof.
- Mobile billboards offer tremendous reach and demographic diversity.
- Mobile billboards provide large scale impact and long-term subliminal effect.
- Mobile billboards—a new medium that will deliver new and established markets.
- Mobile billboards is an uncontested medium for adventurous advertisers who act promptly.
- Mobile billboards can change your ads as often as you like.
- Affordable and effective, mobile billboards offer maximum reach at a minimum cost.
Why Use Banners Over Wraps?
Wraps and decals are expensive, permanent and very difficult to remove.
Nothing will get the attention of a consumer quite as effectively as an advertisement as big as a truck.
We may be the epitome of demographic diversity, we will reach every economic, ethnic and age group and our market reach and penetration will be unparalleled. The cost to advertise on mobile billboards will be very, very affordable when compared to other media, and our ability to move people to action second to no other media competitor.
Truck Advertising Impressions
Both Truck Sides, based on US Market Populations (Includes city and rural traffic)
|Day Hours||Day Impressions||Days Driven Per Month||Monthly Impressions||Monthly $ – Banner & Rate||Cost Per 1000|
|3.6 to 20.9 Million||10||68750||25||1718750||$750.00||$0.44|
|1.7 to 3.17 Million||10||45400||25||1135000||$750.00||$0.66|
|.8 to 1.71 Million||10||37850||25||946250||$750.00||$0.79|
|.39 to 77 Million||10||28800||25||720000||$750.00||$1.04|
|.01 to .38 Million||10||20450||25||511250||$750.00||$1.47|
|Highways – Medium Traffic||10||45400||25||1135000||$750.00||$0.66|
|Highways – High Traffic||10||68750||25||1718750||$750.00||$0.44|
Statistics Canada Report
|Census metropolitan area||Average time||0 to 14 minutes||15 to 29 minutes||30 to 44 minutes||45 to 59 minutes||60 minutes or more|
|St. John’s (Newfoundland and Labrador)||17.9||38.9||46.8||10.2||1.3||2.8|
|Halifax (Nova Scotia)||23.7||25.8||40||22.2||7.1||5|
|Moncton (New Brunswick)||17.2||44.4||40.2||10.9||2.2||2.3|
|Saint John (New Brunswick)||20.9||32.7||42.9||15.2||5.7||3.6|
|Ottawa – Gatineau (Ontario/Quebec)||26.3||20.9||36.4||26||10.4||6.3|
|Ottawa – Gatineau (Quebec side)||26.7||21.2||34.8||26.7||10.8||6.6|
|Ottawa – Gatineau (Ontario side)||26.2||20.7||37||25.8||10.3||6.1|
|St. Catharines – Niagara (Ontario)||20.6||38.8||37.9||13.9||4.2||5.3|
|Kitchener – Cambridge – Waterloo (Ontario)||21.7||33.2||41.9||14.1||4.6||6.2|
|Greater Sudbury (Ontario)||20.1||36.2||39.9||16.4||4.3||3.1|
|Thunder Bay (Ontario)||17.1||47||39.6||9.1||1.7||2.7|
|Kelowna (British Columbia)||19.2||38.8||41.2||12.8||3.8||3.4|
|Abbotsford – Mission (British Columbia)||26.7||32.2||30.4||16.5||7.9||13|
|Vancouver (British Columbia)||28.4||19.6||33||26.6||11||9.9|
|Victoria (British Columbia)||21.8||30.1||41.7||18.4||5.5||4.3|
|Source: Statistics Canada, National Household Survey, 2011.|