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Subject: OMANZ updates - Sept 11
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Out-of-home updates: Sept 2011
27, September 2011
This month we're showcasing some of the
interesting and impactful out-of-home advertising that's been
posted during September.
We've also got news from OMANZ members about
some of the great innovations they've been working on, highlighting once
again the bountiful opportunities OOH advertising can offer both agencies
and their clients.
Enjoy the read.
CREATIVE SHOWCASE: for
the month of September
together some of the interesting and impactful out-of-home advertising
that's been on show during September.
see is that regardless of the OOH format advertisers use, OOH lends
itself to strong creative and succinct messaging. It provides a
great canvas to work as part of an integrated campaign with other media,
or as stand alone advertising when required, demanding the
attention of the market it is targeting.
To see the
September showcase READ MORE.
welcomes RWC 2011 fans to Auckland
passengers and Rugby World Cup 2011 fans arriving at Auckland
International Airport will be stepping off the plane into a virtual
vineyard, courtesy of official RWC 2011 sponsor Brancott Estate. READ MORE
With a study
that looks at how emotions impact recall in outdoor advertising, Adshel
has released the main component of its engagement campaign which kicked
off earlier this year with the Adshel Rally. READ MORE
Trams welcome APNO on
New Zealand has successfully secured the advertising rights to Auckland’s
best comeback in years – the new Trams in the recently revitalised Wynyard
Quarter. READ MORE
iSite Media's new
digital billboard for Queenstown Airport
with the kick off of the Rugby World Cup at the start of September, iSite
Media launched the latest innovation for the company – a new seamless
digital billboard at the thriving and premium Queenstown airport. READ MORE
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