A. A bulletin is the largest standard-sized billboard. This display ensures maximum exposure to traffic on expressways, highways, and primary roads. Bulletins are commonly used as a directional to reach long-distance travelers, pointing them to the nearest locations for restaurants, lodging, and fuel. Three-dimensional designs, moving parts, and extensions make these boards unique and customizable.
B. A bus shelter is a curbside structure located along bus stop routes. They can be in both urban and rural areas and hold a variety of messages. Bus shelter advertising can be seen by a wide array of consumers.
C. Advertising on the exterior and interior of rail lines delivers a high impact format for your message. These varying displays are seen above and below ground by both passengers and bystanders ensuring consistent daily views. Display your message to an active audience in an array of locations.