Advertise with bus advertising in Washington, DC and break through to an important and valuable demographic. Advertising on Washington, DC buses and bus stops works well for both businesses and nonprofit organizations.
Known to many simply as Washington, the District or D.C., the city is the capital of the United States. It is not a state, but is rather a city inside a constitutionally-mandated distict known as the District of Columbia. The Washington, DC metro area has a population of over 5.5 million people, according to the latest census results. The District is home to all branches of the United States government (i.e., legislative, judicial and executive branches). In addition to city bus advertising, one of the most popular ad formats in the city is Washington, DC double decker bus advertising on hop on/hop off tour buses.
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Embassy of Nepal advertises on backs of buses (Washington, DC WMATA buses) to publicize tourism in its country. The ads are brightly colored and visible on the streets of DC to residents and visitors.
Bank on DC advertises on the WMATA buses in the District show off its new logo and programs for the "unbanked." The ads are both inside and outside of the buses.
Washington, DC Bus Advertising Data:
• No. of Buses in Fleet: 1,350 (approx.)
• Monthly Ridership: 25,500,000 (approx.)
• White: 28%
• Black: 55.6%
• American Indian: 0.2%
• Hispanic: 8.3%
• Asian: 3.1%
• Other: 4.8%
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• Bus Exterior Ads: Range of $600 - $9,500 per ad per 4 week period
• Bus Stop / Bus Shelter Ads: Range of $1,700 - $2,500 per ad per 4 week period (and less in suburban areas).
• Bus Interior Ads: Range of $45 - $70 per ad per 4 week period
Range of rates depends on the ad size, timing and quantity purchased. Certain minimum purchase requirements apply. Additional discounts may be available based on duration and quantity purchased.
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