Press Release: 06/27/2011
Bulldog Mobile Billboards bases part of fleet in North East
Established in 2006, Bulldog Mobile Billboards has enjoyed bringing mobile advertising to the streets for more than 285 campaigns to date. Some of the most enjoyable campaigns have been in Manhattan. One of the Bulldog fleet is stored in Northern New Jersey to minimize the commute costs for our advertising agencies’ clients. Contact Rod Collins today to talk about your East Coast Campaign! Rod@BulldogBillboards.com 1.214.724.2729
Mattel’s Ken Doll celebrated his 50th anniversary in NYC during Fashion Week. Six dream dates posed as Ken Dolls and attracted massive attention all night long. Thousands of photos were taken and the Barbie/Ken Facebook page was updated with pictures and video.
The Knot.com needed a mobile studio for the reality show, Say Yes To The Dress. Brides to be had their make-overs filmed all day and night long in a Concept Truck while NYC set a record low of 6 degrees before getting a foot of snow dumped on the marquis just before the wrap.
Weleda needed to get the word out about their beauty products line in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Bulldog executed a six city tour featuring a fully wrapped vehicle with three massage therapists providing hand, facial and neck/shoulder massages. While people stood in line, brand ambassadors conducted surveys on IPads and shot video on Flip cameras that went directly to the website for a contest that went viral. Total impressions, per the agency after this six week tour : 1,600,000!
During the Method detergent campaign, brand ambassadors collected clothing donations for Goodwill and distributed over 5,000 sample packets of detergent daily. The vehicle was featured twice on the Early Show.
The Cat-A-Van visited New York City schools, libraries and book stores as celebrities read Dr. Seuss books to adoring fans of the cool cat.
Call or email rod@BulldogBillboards.com / 214.724.2729 to discuss a mobile advertising vehicle campaign with the fleet of concept trucks, billboard trucks, bicycle street teams, Segways or the all new Advertising Display Cube.