If you are advertising an event, whether you are getting people in the local community involved in initiatives or you are promoting the biggest names in music doing a concert, professional advertising will get noticed. You’ve seen hand drawn signs on light poles before, chances are you haven’t even been able to read what was on them, and if you are driving past you will certainly will not have seen the small print. Perhaps they were photocopied and stuck on a few light poles, or maybe there is just one, but the overall perception to a passer by is not one of organisation and professionalism. Imagine how impactful a full color, well designed city light pole banner would be? And consider how it may improve the chances of people attending your events. At AGMedia, we specialise in outdoor media, but not just run of the mill printed outdoor campaigns, we strive to produce highly professional, incredibly impactful and reputable materials that bring our customers back to us time and time again.
Why should I use city light pole banners?
Outdoor media is a great way to attract a wide range of people, you may not know the demographic you are aiming for but with an outdoor marketing campaign, your chosen media will be seen by thousands of people every day. For example, city light pole banners can be installed along some of the busiest routes in the city which will see thousands of cars pass along the carriageways every day. However, this is where quality is key. In order to create a campaign that gets people talking, it needs to look professional, easy to read and easy to remember. High quality print is guaranteed from AGMedia, and when you want to ensure consistency in your brand over a number of printed banners, the CMYK printed processes ensure every banner is identical. City Light Pole Banners are highly effective, in that they repeat an identical message over a number of sites along busy routes in the city, and will leave everyone with a lasting impression.
Leave behind those hand drawn posters, try outdoor media with AGMedia today.