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Advertising Vans

Advertising Vans comprise a large part of our modern fleet of vehicles. Don’t wait for your audience to see your message, take it them. We work with big brands, media agencies, local firms, local authorities and bodies like the police.

Clients use advertising vans to target audiences at festivals, outdoor events, sporting occasions, public/private sector companies, city centres, arterial routes. We take your message to the masses throughout the United Kingdom and Europe.

Our team of helpful and skilled professional drivers ensure that your campaign runs smoothly, on-time and most importantly will help to achieve the maximum publicity for your campaign. The Huge Media fleet of advertising vehicles  are fully mobile 48 sheet billboards on wheels ( 2 x 6m x 3m posters plus front and rear panels if required) ensures 360 degree visibility.  This means that instead of waiting for your target audience to see your campaign, a huge media advertising van can take your message directly to them.  With both sides being 18 square metres and having a front and rear panel we can ensure that HUGE numbers of people see your advert.

A One-day Advertising Van Campaign:

  •  8 hours of media coverage per day wherever and whenever you need.
  •  2 x 6m x 3m side panels + 1 FREE rear and front panel if required
  • GPS Tracking
  •  Production
  •  Design (if required)
  •  Lighting

We work closely with advertisers to ensure a strict understanding of their target audience, the route they require and parking hotspots. Some of the most popular Advertising Van locations are :

  • Outside Concerts / Football Match
  • City Centre Streets
  • Pedestrian Areas (permission may be required)
  • Retail Parks
  • Busy Roads
  • Business Parks
  • Schools / Colleges
  • Universities

For our most recent Advertising Van campaigns take a look at our Portfolio.

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Colleges
Morocco
Wakefield Wildcats Rugby Club (3) - Copy
Mersey Now Police HQ
Welsh Lamb Roadshow Promotion 3
Box Nation Etihad Stadium 6 01-12
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