OOH Player goa Grows Its ICONIC Billboard Family To Six

OOH Player goa Grows Its ICONIC Billboard Family To Six
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Out-of-home advertising player goa has announced it has added another billboard to its digitally-advanced ICONIC range.

The billboards are situated in the greater Brisbane area on prime advertising real estate, the gatekeepers of primary traffic from major arterials to and from the airport, as well as the western corridor.

The ICONIC family reaches one in two professionals and high-income earners in the greater Brisbane area each week, according to goa.

Chris Tyquin, managing director at goa, added that big brands are now experimenting with the company’s creative messaging and goaCONNECT live feeds, with a recent campaign with Ladbrokes running eight dynamic live feeds simultaneously on the bookmaker’s artwork.

 

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