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Did you know?
Mobile billboard advertising offers a 97% recall rate. Compare that to 19% retention rate for static signs.
Mobile billboard advertising generates 2.5 times more attention than a static billboard according to Perception Research
Outdoor Advertising, Politics and Public Service
Robert Kiyosaki wrote the best seller "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" based on the premise that the successful have
knowledge that the unsuccessful don't. The same theory applies to your marketing. There's an old saying
that 50% of all advertising dollars are wasted, but the trick is to determine which!
I smiled when I read a notation that politicians have been using outdoor advertising to win campaigns
and referendums for over 100 years.
But, one bit of information that I learned showed the power of mobile billboard advertising.
Every single day, more than 2,000 children are reported missing in the United States.
This staggering and tragic statistic was the inspiration behind a new project called Rigs for Kids
"I never realized that more than 2,000 children are reported missing each day. It is time for us all to do
something about the issue." said Charlie Lampley, a distance trucker who recently drove across country
with his Rigs for Kids billboard for the first time.
The "Rigs for Kids" project is based on the finding that people who see mobile billboards have
a greater than 97% recall rate. 1 out of every 6 missing children found is the result of media,
so utilizing a media method with such high recall rate is the best possible action.
Mobile billboard advertising messages eliminate the "luck" that you need to be successful with other media.
They do not require the viewer to be turned to the right page, or the
right channel or the right program to see your message. Unlike any other media space, mobile billboard ads
are always showing when the audience is looking.
For more information about billboard advertising, and for mobile billboard advertising rates, feel welcome to
P.S. You may visit the Rigs for Kids website at; http://www.rigsforkids.org/