Fast growing into a significant playground for Out-Of-Home advertising, Daraga which is the gateway to the City of Legazpi, is reshaping itself.
As what you can see, the conversion of a public market building at its Central Business District is in full swing.
Running late on its ambitious break date, the fact remains that the shape of things to come is as clear as the sun will rise tomorrow that soon this building shall be a prime OOH advertising property. And TBPI/ ARTISTSHOP, as the long-term Agency On Record for this Public Market and CBD Complex, is gearing up to a higher gear in its preparation to set all billboard units + any related advertising efforts ready in time for this malls completion.
Let us know of your plans here.
We’ll be glad to take up with you on how we may best work things out. Should you need a walk thru here, our Local Area office in Legazpi will be most glad to schedule a visit.
Taking advantage of the increase of influx of passengers in time for Undas, Bigg’s, Inc. rushed contract and activation with TBPI/ARTISTSHOP LightBox advertising at the newly-renovated Naga National Airport in Pili, Camarines Sur.
With the single mindedness of hitting every incoming airplane passenger to Naga City for the All Saints’ and All Souls’ Day holidays, Bigg’s locked in on the single most-important indoor Out-Of-Home property site in the ARRIVAL area.
Set right where the checked in baggages are brought down for pick-up, a good FIFTEEN (15)-minute wait is experienced every time. At peak seasons, the wait is even longer. And with luggages looking even so alike, every passenger with checked in items has his/her eyes glued where Bigg’s ad is now and for the rest of the incoming flights of the contract year.
Bigg’s, as the No.1 local fast food and 24/7 diner, strategically welcomes every homecoming Naga or Camarines Sur sons and daughters working or living away. Or, even those wakeboarders of CWC. Or, those Caramoan beach lovers.
With the limited adspaces allowed within the Naga National Airport, your ads can go big time as Bigg’s!
Yes, exactly, the opening of Marquee Mall in Angeles, Pampanga last 23 September, WEDNESDAY, is indeed another reason to love Ayala Malls. As its 1st ever undertaking and investment in the north, Ayala Land, Inc. is putting its best foot forward… and leaving no stone unturned by making sure all will be nothing but success, success and success.
This led to the signing with TBPI/ARTISTSHOP an Out-Of-Home Transit advertising contract involving its Area 9: TARLAC/Central Luzon Local Area Office.
Bent on making sure its launch efforts will be sustained, this TBPI/ARTISTSHOP Fiesta Truck shall be roaming around key areas of Pampanga.
For, as a special Tourism project under auspicious of the Tarlac Tourism Council under the stewardship of Mrs. LYDIA CO in partnership with TBPI/ARTISTSHOP, this Fiesta Truck is allowed access in Festivals of Central Luzon thus providing that much-needed extra mileage.
Marquee Mall, one more reason to love ’em all.
TBPI/ARTISTSHOP Fiesta Truck, one more reason to love your advertising here in Pampanga.
Legazpi City is awake and alive as ever!
With the recent opening of Embarcadero, the premiere Commercial Complex of the City.
Mayor NOEL ROSAL’s vision and battlecry: BUHAYON TA AN LEGAZPI! has come to its realization considering that Legazpi, as the capital city of the province of Albay, is not exempt from the tropical typhoons that hit Bikol Region everytime.
Embarcadero, a waterfront destination for business, entertainment, fun and work, is an exclamation landmark of the city.
Right in the mouth of Albay Gulf, it welcomes each sunrise of every day with a majestic view of Mt. Mayon on the side.
Watch out for the Out-of-Home advertising opportunities soon to come as the locators come one by one the next months.
Soon also, OOH efforts shall be up and working. Don’t be left behind, let us know of your plans here and around the City of Legazpi…starting from the airport.
And, with the Ibalong Festival of Legazpi coming month: OCTOBER, your adspend shall be at best worth every peso.