CCMH Brings Digital Billboard to Carrollton Area
January 05, 2018
CARROLLTON, Mo. -- Carroll County Memorial Hospital continues striving to grow for the community and one of the most recent ways was the purchase of a digital billboard from Impact Signs Awnings Wraps, Inc., out of Sedalia, MO.
The digital billboard, installed by the Impact Team, can be seen on Highway 65 north of the 10th Street intersection.
“The digital billboard allows us to share information regarding hospital services, sponsor a community information outlet, and offer advertising space for local businesses,” said Rachel Davidson, CCMH Director of Marketing and Public Relations.
The digital sign is 10 feet in height and 25 feet wide. With today’s technology, the billboard is easily ran with software from a computer at the hospital or even a member of the marketing team’s phone.
“The digital billboard operates 24 hours a day and allows us to ensure maximum exposure reaching an average of 99,000 passing vehicles each month,” said Rachel Arth, CCMH Digital Marketing Manager.
Each slide is shown a minimum of 10 seconds per the Missouri Department of Transportation’s guidelines and the frequency of display is determined by contract.
“Advertisers can choose to provide their own finished and scaled artwork or purchase artwork services from CCMH,” said Rachel Arth.
“We are proud to share this endeavor with Carrollton and the surrounding area,” said Rachel Davidson. “We look forward to working with area businesses to help them with their marketing needs.”
For additional contract information, please contact Rachel Davidson, CCMH Director of Marketing and Public Relations, at 660-329-6002 or by email at email@example.com.