Outdoor Plus, one of London’s most innovative premium out-of-home company, has launched a new site at Shaftesbury Avenue, the heart of London’s theatre district.
This exclusive banner will be a landmark feature of the area whilst the London Trocadero is renovated. Located at the end of Shaftesbury Avenue, directly facing the Lyric and Apollo theatres and nearby Piccadilly Circus, the high impact banner creates 407,000 pedestrian impacts and 310,000 vehicular impacts every fortnight.
With over 20% of London’s creative jobs based in Soho, and over 66,000 people visiting the Apollo and Lyric theatres every two weeks, the banner presents a new space to showcase brands in the centre of London’s West End.
A ‘Welcome to Vanchester’ banner in central Manchester through BlowUp has been installed to greet United’s new manager. In conjunction with Posterscope and the Arena team, Betfair launched the PR stunt without any branding. The banner, emblazoned with the welcome message beneath a picture of the Dutchman, parodies the one put up on Deansgate by City to welcome Carlos Tevez after the former Reds striker defected to the Blues in 2009.
The original, which taunted ‘Welcome to Manchester’ across a picture of the Argentinian celebrating a goal, was paid for by supporters of the Blues and was seen as a swipe at the fact United are based in Trafford rather than Manchester, like City. Fans of the Reds got their own back two years later with a billboard poking fun at Tevez’s rift with Roberto Mancini. The digital poster showed a picture of the player – who had been suspended and was later fined after refusing to come on as a sub in a Champions League match against Bayern Munich – sitting on the bench with the slogan ‘Welcome to Carlos Manchester’.
This new taunt has sparked a tremendous amount of conversation globally. In under 24 hours there have been 8,210 twitter mentions by 7,397 people with an estimated 16.4 million impression spanning across 104 countries. This activity marks the second campaign booked this year with Betfair around tactical messaging as they continue to push the boundaries.
blowUP media, Europe’s biggest giant poster network, has secured two prime sites which will dominate the Glasgow skyline during the Commonwealth Games this summer.
The Glasgow XX Towers will provide advertisers with unrivaled opportunities to reach an audience of more than 1.4 million plus the third of the world’s population watching the Games on TV.
At 20 m by 40 m each, together they will total an area of 1,600 metres and so will be viewed every day by Games Crowds, the Glasgow population and the viewing audience.
Key venue viewing points include Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Emirates Arena and Celtic Park. The key arterial viewing points which feed into the Games areas include the M74, A74 (London Road) and A728 (Clyde Junction).
The Games run from July 23rd to August 3rd but the Towers will be available to advertisers for six weeks across the games.
Ocean Outdoor’s newest offering is the biggest banner in the UK’s second largest city – 1,168m2 branding canvas
This banner location has three faces, and is located head on to traffic from all directions at the Five Ways Roundabout, a busy gateway into Birmingham. It is situated at the meeting point between 3 dual carriageway arterials into the city and Broad Street, a hub for restaurants and bars, and amenities such as the Public Library. This prominent banner has one portrait and two landscape opportunities for a brand to dominate this busy roundabout.
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