Bus Shelters
Bus shelter advertisements provide high-impact and high-frequency advertising predominantly in metropolitan and affluent residential areas.
Bus shelter advertisements are one of the few media types which provide cost effective, targeted coverage of major metropolitan areas.

Bus Shelters Located in Colombo
Classic Bus Shelters - Click here for image
Premium Bus Shelters - Click here for image

Bus Shelters Located Outstation
Single Bus Shelters - Click here for image
Double Bus Shelters - Click here for image


PRICE
Prices on request

MAINTENANCE
Shelters are cleaned regularly throughout the contract period to ensure maximum impact of signage.

MATERIALS USED FOR CONSTRUCTION
Shelters are fabricated out of high quality powder coated steel with Zinc–Alum material for corrosion free lasting and durable appearance.

ADVERTISING BENEFITS OF BUS SHELTERS

  • 24-hour visibility provides a high-impact medium
  • Offers brands "street presence", public face and impact presence
  • Offers fast reach and frequency to neutral demographics
  • Bus shelters offer the ideal platform for synergy media
  • Bus shelter advertisements offer unlimited creative concept and flexibility
  • Offers the potential to generate PR exposure
  • Bus shelters situated near shopping centres offer point of sale position
  • Creative campaigns can easily be targeted geographically


BUS SHELTER FEATURES

  • One of the most cost-effective media types available (cost per thousand)
  • Offers high-frequency as well as targeted, focused coverage
  • Offers ideal synergy for print and electronic media providing the visual element of a campaign
  • Offers flexibility; creative campaign may be "walked", rotated or expanded to bus shelters in new areas
  • Ideal for short-term, tactical/promotional campaigns


TARGET MARKET FOR BUS SHELTERS

  • Supermarket shoppers en route to point of purchase
  • Primary school pupils and parents using daily transport
  • High school pupils, school leavers and tertiary education institutions
  • Locals and holiday-makers
  • Upper class of consumers with high levels of disposable income