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Outdoor Advertising in Minidoka

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Billboard Advertising
Billboard

Billboard advertising affords heightened visibility due not only to their size, but also because they allow creative customizing.

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Bus Advertising
Bus Ads

Bus advertising remains very effective outdoor media. A bus can travel hundreds of miles in a week; not just that, but they do this every week of the year!

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Digital Billboard Advertising
Digital

Digital billboards are the one of the largest form of media advertising available; they attract millions of consumers who travel in their vehicles every day.

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Transit Advertising
Transit Ads

Transit Ads are one of the best advertising media when it comes to targeting the local consumer. The cost of transit ads are very low.

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Out-of-Home in Minidoka

Minidoka County is part of the Burley, ID Micropolitan Statistical Area. The name Minidoka is of Dakota Sioux origin meaning "a fountain or spring of water." Minidoka was first used in 1883 as a name for the Union Pacific's Oregon Short Line, a railroad spur in the middle of the Snake River Plain. The spur later became the site of a watering station along the line. The village of Minidoka grew up next to the station. The Minidoka name was then given to a reclamation project under then President Theodore Roosevelt which included the construction of the Minidoka Dam, completed in 1904. Minidoka National Historic Site was part of the original reclamation project and hence shares the name. Minidoka County was created by the Idaho Legislature on January 28, 1913, by a partition of Lincoln County. Out of home and Billboard advertising works great in Minidoka. Renting Billboard Advertising in Minidoka is easy. A mix of outdoor advertising formats, shapes, sizes, and locations provides you with a range of outdoor media options to deliver the right message, at the right time, in the right place.

OOH media connects brands with their audience while they're on the move and provides the ability to target a message where ever you choose. How much does a Billboard cost? Well, a Billboard cost may vary by market, but there is always an outdoor advertising location with the right rate for your brand. You can check a range of Billboard rental costs here.

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Format Rate
Large Billboard Range of $1,500 - $30,000
per location per 4 week period
Medium Billboard Range of $750 - $2,000
per location per 4 week period
Small Billboard Range of $300 - $750
per location per 4 week period
Digital/Video/LED Bulletin Large Digital Billboard Range of $3,500 - $25,000
per location per 4 week period for an 8 second spot in a loop of 64 seconds
Wallscape Range of $10,000 - $50,000
per location per 4 week period

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