Last week we had the pleasure in receiving a lovely testimonial from Tiny Talkers Day Nursery in West Bridgford, Nottingham.
Sarah Bond, Director of the nursery, told us: “I have been advertising on the back of buses with Adverta for two years and it has been so great for business I have just signed up for two more years. As a new, small nursery in West Bridgford, it was important to make us more visible. Adverta has been very helpful in raising our profile and ensuring that the process is painless.
I had a visit from an advisor who took me through the various bus routes to ensure that we were advertising in the correct area. The process was very straight forward and the design team worked closely with me to ensure that the design was as I wanted it. I would highly recommend advertising through Adverta to raise the profile of your business and get your name known.”
With just under 10% of our 2016 sales having come from within the education sector, we were thrilled to hear the positive reviews from Sarah and hope we can continue working with Tiny Talkers Day Nursery for many years to come.
Thinking About Bus Advertising?
Buses are on the road between 10 and 18 hours a day, up to seven days a week. That’s a lot of time that your brand or event could be getting in front of your target audience! As well as being in town and city centres, buses also take to the residential areas, increasing the viewing further. We even have some buses that do more rural routes, which suits some of our clients and their needs.
With bus advertising, you’re not relying on a prospective customer to buy a form of print media and to turn the page onto your particular advert. You’re not relying on them having the radio or TV on at just the right time to catch your advert.
The only thing you have to rely on is us, Adverta, to look after your marketing needs from start to finish and we have decades of experience in doing so.
If you want to find out more about affordable, bespoke bus or tram advertising packages, contact us today for a free, no obligation quote.