STREET FURNITURE & TRANSIT
Brooklyn Outdoor delivers 43% of the NY Metro Area with our bus shelter, bus bench. and transit advertising coverage. With 24-hour visibility to pedestrian and vehicular traffic in high-circulation locations along main roadways, transit and street furniture advertising offers an opportunity for clutter-free messaging. Our New York DMA street furniture coverage areas include:
+LONG ISLAND, NY
Nassau & Suffolk Counties: One of the most prosperous consumer markets in the country with a median household income of $89,060 and home to more than 2.8 million residents. The typical household has 3+ vehicles and commutes 32 minutes to work. Brooklyn Outdoor operates 1,000+ Long Island advertising displays that earn an average of 44,247 impressions per display every week. Coverage is available near malls, colleges, Nassau Coliseum, Eisenhower Park, and Mineola Station.
+NORTHERN NEW JERSEY
Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, Middlesex, Morris & Union Counties: This rapidly growing shelter market with a median household income of $69,744 offers advertisers the opportunity to target 4.6 million highly educated residents. Prestigious area employers include BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Verizon, Ricoh, Sony, Minolta, and Johnson & Johnson. Our transit shelter coverage includes Route 4, which leads to the “Mall Mecca” of New Jersey. Our 500 Northern New Jersey advertising displays boast average 7-day impressions of 46,374 per display.
+FAIRFIELD & NEW HAVEN COUNTIES, CT
Stamford, Norwalk & Waterbury: Stamford is home to four Fortune 500 companies, nine Fortune 1000 companies, and numerous divisions of large corporations. Fairfield is a key part of the New York DMA and the third-largest US corporate center after New York City and Chicago. This region’s 916,829 residents have a median household income of $81,268. Brooklyn Outdoor operates 250 area advertising displays with exposure to traffic bordering I-95, the Merritt Parkway, Route 1 & Route 7, with average 7-day impressions per display of 35,192.
Westchester County: Westchester County’s 1,081,726 residents have the second highest per capita income in the state of New York, a mean household income of $133,325, and an average household net worth of $994,529. Thriving population centers, such as Mount Vernon, Yonkers, New Rochelle and White Plains, make the Westchester advertising market one of America’s most desirable. Ridership of the local Bee-Line exceeds 32 million passengers annually.
HAND PAINTED MURALS
Brooklyn Outdoor’s custom wallscapes and hand-painted murals take the out-of-home experience to new heights. Placed in high-visibility pedestrian and vehicular traffic areas, these campaigns are designed to pique curiosity and foster engagement long-terThe mural artists we use are local, highly skilled, and well-connected. Our artists bring years of experience handling wall prep. Brooklyn Outdoor’s Hand Painted Team of experienced marketing, logistics, and project management professionals deftly handles all coordination of wall prep, lifts, equipment, permits, insurance, parking lot rentals (where needed), paint supplies, and more.With Brooklyn Outdoor it’s easy to build a wallscape or handpainted campaign that creates lasting memories around your brand. Make your brand stand out in New York’s densely populated DMA and foster a local connection.
Let Brooklyn Outdoor Create Your New York Campaign
As a Detroit-based outdoor advertising company with offices in New York and Los Angeles and a presence in more than a dozen top DMAs, Brooklyn Outdoor is ready to make your next New York outdoor advertising campaign a success. Our experienced New York team works with a diversified client base, from media-buying services to advertising agencies and clients direct.
The Brooklyn Outdoor sales team exemplifies the qualities, focus, and determination necessary to provide your organization with ideas, sales, and of course results. We’re like no other independent sales organization out there, and we’re excited to help your brand reach consumers with high-impact, buzzworthy campaigns across the New York DMA.
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