VMO Announces Growth In Petrol And Convenience

VMO Announces Growth In Petrol And Convenience
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VMO announces further expansion to Australia’s fastest growing petrol and convenience network; VMO On-the-go.

The footprint of national locations has just swelled to over 500 locations – that’s nearly 3,000 screens reaching a total monthly audience of over 12 million drivers.

VMO’s On-the-go network consists of On-the-go TV – (Outdoor digital TV units) and On-the-go Extra – (portrait screens at the entry of convenience stores), – both found on the petro forecourt. The networks key point of difference is its ability to engage without any distractions.

Managing director Anthony Deeble said, “VMO On-the-go TV has seen enormous success primarily through its ability to engage a large audience one-to-one for up to four mins, while our Extra product is positioned to capture impulse buyers and drive sales in convenience stores.”

A medium as accountable as it is influential. VMO’s exclusive audience measurement system – DART (Digital Outdoor Audience in Real Time) has consistently shown that On-the-go TV delivers an average viewer engagement level of over 80 per cent (As indicated by DART metrics.)

An impressive figure matched only by the growing demand for On the Go, Deeble added, “By the end of 2017 we plan to have 4,000 digital screens in 700 locations. Beyond the raw numbers we are committed to working with our partners to ensure we’re helping them provide the forecourt of the future.

VMO has recently expanded its content offering to include a segment titled; ”Going Viral”, a 15 second weekly fix of entertaining viral content. The networks diverse content line up also includes Movie of the Week, Weather and other engaging content segments.

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