Frequent readers of this blog are aware of the many ways Prime Advertising can help share your message and promote your business. Did you know that Prime is also your connection for youth sports marketing within the community?
That’s right! With school sports creeping up quicker than a slap shot, now’s the time to take advantage of this distinct and direct advertising method.
Sports are a big deal for student athletes, and kids who participate usually have a built-in cheering section of family and friends. As such, those who make purchasing decisions for their families spend a lot of time at the arena and other venues. Why not put your company’s image in front of their eyes?
You’ve most likely been to a game, and you very likely arrived early, grabbed a seat – and sat. What did you do while waiting for your friends to show up or for player introductions to begin? You looked around. Maybe you didn’t take obvious note of the sign for Bo’s Tire Barn in the corner of the rink, but you did notice it. And when you go to buy your next set of tires, perhaps Bo’s will be your first call.
Prime offers ice arena marketing in many area communities. Locations include Brooklyn Park, Edina, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove, Minnetonka, Osseo, and Rogers. Local advertising will help your business be remembered, not just seen, when family and fans need products or services.
Want your company’s logo and contact information on a dasher board along the inside of the rink? We can do that. Looking to advertise on a banner hanging from the stadium rafters? Prime can make that happen.
Few things are more hypnotic than watching Smokey drive the ice resurfacer between periods. For about seven minutes during each intermission, all eyes are on that captivating machine as it makes its rounds. Well, guess what? All those eyes can be staring at your company’s name with specially designed graphics and wraps from Prime.
Arena lobbies are high-traffic areas. Be sure your organization gets some attention from waiting patrons and passers-by with brochures or rack cards on stands in the corridor or hallway. From concept to production to execution, Prime is here to assist with your advertising game plan.
Athletic fields also provide great spaces to get your name in front of tens of thousands of spectators each season.
Fence line banners at facilities such as the Big Lake School District 4-Plex and the newly opened Fernbrook Fields in Maple Grove benefit your business and the community. While your display maintains a regular, daily presence during baseball, softball, football, lacrosse, or soccer games, a portion of the proceeds from banner sponsorships goes back to each community’s youth sports programs.
Keep an eye on Prime’s social media for upcoming details about advertising opportunities at Fernbrook Fields.
Promotional efforts within the community extend beyond the sports platform, too. Prime can help get your name in front of large groups of people who have nothing to do but wait.
Service centers such as those in Hennepin County and Carver County process driver’s license renewals, license tabs, title transfers, and birth certificates. Often, the wait time for someone seeking one or more of those services can reach or exceed 45 minutes. On the walls at these services centers? Digital monitors.
With the visual impression of a roadside billboard, Prime can deliver Digital Indoor Advertising to a captive and receptive audience. Many patrons see these messages repeat on large, full-color screens while they wait. The recall rate for such an ad has incredible potential.
What’s more, the Maple Grove Transit Center is a highly traversed area and a great location for your business to make its mark. Prime’s exclusive contract with this transportation base offers unprecedented brand exposure with elevator wraps and eye-catching wallscape, column, or stairway platform displays.
If you want your business to score a beauty goal with a big and lasting impression, contact Prime Advertising. From web development and social media marketing to graphic design and arena advertising, we’ve got you covered.