Bus Shelters Advertising

Bus shelter or Bus Q Shelter or Bus Stop advertising is one of the fastest growing sectors in Indian outdoor advertising arena especially with the more ergonomically designed bus stops with neat looking advertising panels. With the large Indian populace still banking upon buses as a preferred medium of transport, more and more people take to the buses as they make their daily commute to work and back. Because of this, bus q shelters/ bus stops are a prime spot for advertisers due to the amount of human traffic that filter through these services every day.

As a result, Bus Q Shelter/ Bus Stop outdoor advertising is a high reach in an equally high frequency environment. It is well suited to advertisers seeking immediate exposure to their target market and allows significant opportunities for on ground activation. Bus shelter advertising offers an impressive array of strategically positioned, illuminated advertising panels through major urban cities of India.

A lot of small, medium and big sized companies are now using Bus stop and shelter advertising to get a quick message across to a travelling audience. A lot of consumer brand ads are used on panels because people are potentially travelling to where they can get or see these products and brands. A lot of such adverts can be back lit, scrolling or standard static panels.

Why Bus Q Shelters/ Bus Stops for outdoor advertising?

  • They are prominently distributed throughout the city.
  • They deliver mass reach targeted to reach a niche audience.
  • They provide round-the-clock visibility to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Bus Shelters/ Bus Stop Options Available with Blue Ocean Media:

  1. Hiranandani Junction, Powai
  2. Gurunanak Road, Bandra (West)
  3. Shastri Nagar, Santacruz (West)
  4. Opposite Inorbit Mall, Malad (West)
  5. Outside Hypercity, Malad (West)
  6. Near Telephone Exchange, Jogeshwari (West)
  7. Reliance Energy, Chembur (West)
  8. Lokmanya Tilak High School, Chembur (West)

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