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Key-Ads digital billboards

Key Ads Digital Billboard SR-35Key-Ads Digital Billboards combine the latest technology with the effectiveness of large format outdoor. Research has found nine out of ten people notice the advertising copy on digital billboards some or most of the time.** They are attracted by the changing messages and colorful presentation.

Digital displays require no vinyl production, saving the advertiser between $300 and $500 per board. The boards have a computerized message delivery system so it is a simple process to upload changes in creative as the need arises.

The digital displays offered by Key-Ads were selected because they offer the same square footage as a typical bulletin but shaped vertically for a unique, eye-catching visual presentation. They also offer the highest picture resolution on the market guaranteeing a sharp, clear message delivery.

Key-Ads digital boards can be purchased by the week, Thursday–Sunday for weekend sales, by the month, even by the year. Advertising messages rotate every 1–2 minutes depending upon the rotation package purchased.

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Key-Ads Digital Billboards

Dayton Gateway (SR 35 east of Steve Whalen Blvd.)
Eastbound/Left Hand Read, Westbound/Right Hand Read
22’ (h) x 18’ (w)
24-HR Daily Effective Circulation:  51,162
Adjusted Daily Effective Circulation:*  25,581

North Dayton Gateway (I-75 north of Rt. 4)
Northbound/Left Hand Read, Southbound/Right Hand Read
19’ (h) x 16’ (w)
24-HR Daily Effective Circulation:  75,624
Adjusted Daily Effective Circulation:*  37,812

Moraine Gateway (I-75 1.1 mi. south of exit 50A)
Northbound/Right Hand Read, Southbound/Left Hand Read
28’ (h) x 24’ (w)
24-HR Daily Effective Circulation:  63,458
Adjusted Daily Effective Circulation:*  31,729

*Adjusted Daily Effective Circulation (DEC): Calculated based on at least 3 advertising spots being viewed during each approach.
**Arbitron Digital Billboard Report: Cleveland Case Study, 2008.