Rear Bus Advertising

Our Action Shot of the Month winner goes to Minster FM with their rear bus advertising campaign in York.

This shot was taken by our Regional Account Executive, Nathan, who has recently started the sales role whilst also still working part-time within our busy team at Head Office in the Telesales department.

We thought this was one of the best photos our team snapped during May as it shows the potential that Single Deck Mega Rear bus advertising can have; surrounded by pedestrians in the busy streets of York.

Minster FM is a local radio station based in York, covering central parts of North Yorkshire. On the 4th July in 1992, presenter Daragh Corcoran launched the radio, with the song “Saturday in the Park”. As of September 2013, Minster FM has a higher audience than BBC Radio York.

To find out more about Minster FM, please click here.

About our Fixing Team

We have a fantastic team of dedicated Display Specialist professionals to help businesses with their transport advertising needs. Based out of our Nottingham office, the team conduct strict quality control measures with regular checks in place. They work closely with our fleet operators to ensure all bus and tram adverts stay in perfect condition, whether it is our most northern fleet in Durham or our most southern operator in Essex.

Rear Bus Advertising in York

Buses are on the road between 10 and 18 hours a day, up to seven days a week, allowing your business or event in cities, towns, and rural areas to communicate your message or brand in a split second.

Bus advertising is visually unavoidable and allows the message to be seen time and time again, constantly reminding people of your business.

If you are based in York, your business or event could be advertised on two bus fleets, York Pullman or Transdev York, with the option of random routes or specific routes.

Bus advertising running on a random route allows exposure across various areas of York for a long period of time attracting a wide variety of potential customers, whereas specific routes allow a repeated message.

Key Bus Advert Statistics

  • 29% of all adults use the bus for at least one hour a week and the average bus journey lasts 30 minutes. (Source: TGI)
  • 79% of all consumers across Britain prefer buses with ads. (Source: Road to Enlightenment: QMedia)
  • 74% of all people in the regions agree that buses are an important part of the community, giving businesses who advertise on buses a positive relationship with the local population. (Source: Road to Enlightenment: QMedia)

If you want to find out more about affordable, bespoke bus advertising packages, contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote.