Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PressExposure) January 09, 2008 -- There's a new form of advertising that is blowing away all of the competition by getting closer to potential customers than ever before.
AdRide Advertising Phila., Inc., is an interesting new advertising medium that combines high-tech quadri-cycles (AdBikes) with two back-lit billboards to provide clients with the best and cheapest means through which to deliver advertisements to target audiences in the Philadelphia area, day or night. AdBikes come complete with a high performance sound system to allow corporate message, soundtrack or radio commercial to be played in public.
Not only will AdRide Advertising Phila. provide companies with excellent moving exposure, but they will also offer stationary ads, including services that offer spokespersons, who are hired based on their ability to genially interact and pitch a product. AdRide Advertising Phila. is even willing to procure spokespersons in full corporate attire if needed.
This type of 'interactive' advertising is exactly what attracted Philadelphia area AdRide Advertising Phila. licensee Jermaine Parks, a paramedic in Philadelphia, to get involved with the company. "I like to help people, talking to them and interacting with them like I have been doing in my medical career for 11 years. So I thought this would be a perfect field to cross over to, since advertising touches so many people."
Parks envisions hundreds of bikes constantly being used for street fairs, grand openings, daily supermarket promotions, product launches, recruitment drives, film premiers, sporting events, concerts and "darn near anytime you want new business."
You might wonder why you can't simply purchase billboards instead. Wouldn't that be easier and more effective? The answer is surprisingly no.
Mobile advertising generates 2.5 times more attention than a static billboard, according to Perception Research. Surveys taken by independent companies, indicate billboard advertising will run companies as much as $3.00 per 1,000 impressions.
On the contrary, advertising with AdRide Advertising Phila., Inc. will only run companies 65 cents per 1,000 impressions. That's not only cheaper than billboards, but also cheaper than radio, magazines, television, and newspaper.
Parks likes to think AdBikes might even become a staple vote-getting strategy this fall during elections around the country. "Enthusiastic supporters or even candidates could rent them for local rallies."
AdRide was launched in New York City and pioneered Adbikes UK concept of the adbikes to satisfy the demand for a new form of innovative advertising for outdoors nationwide.
To learn more about advertising rates and options, visit http://adrideoutdoor.com