Offering Comprehensive Services
Assuring State-Wide Reach
Responsive, Committed, Reliable
Ad on Wheels is committed to making bus panel advertising a hassle-free, single-window activity. We can handle the entire range of tasks involved, from strategy development, media planning and space buying, to artwork creation, to large-format printing and fabrication, to installation. Alternatively, we are flexible and will accommodate your pre-existing advertising or marketing requirements into our array of creative options. We get your message on the road quickly so you get immediate exposure. Advertising must help clients leverage dynamic market conditions and capitalise on the latest developments. To maximise impact, we move swiftly through all phases, from concept to production, to deliver just-in-time solutions.
Ad on Wheels bus panel advertising takes your message to even remote locations and displays your advertisements each time you see a KSRTC bus
Your advertisements appear just when the public steps out of their homes and offices, not when they are preoccupied, but when it is tuned in to receive external stimuli.
Your advertising messages are seen continuously, throughout people’s active hours, seven days a week. Audiences everywhere are familiar and comfortable knowing that bus panels purely advertise.
Bus advertising targets a focused audience that is looking to buy what they don’t have and acquire it at maximum benefit and minimum cost. What better than transit advertising, which costs less than television, radio, newspaper and billboard advertising.
Your Ad on Wheels bus advertising panels are seen by motorists, passengers, pillion-riders and pedestrians when they are behind, beside or approaching a bus, in stationary or moving traffic. Your marketing audience is always alert when your messages reach them.
The continual, repeated and consistent beaming of bus advertising catalyses immediate recognition of your brand, what it stands for and where you can be found. Larger than life, Ad on Wheels panels avoid the distraction and visual obstruction often caused by billboards.