Pearl Media is proud to announce its newest out-of-home advertising partnership with Old Town Trolley, Nashville. This new partnership provides Pearl Media and their clients the ability to transform over twenty transportation vehicles into large format out-of-home media assets throughout Nashville. It expands on Pearl Media’s already dominant footprint in the market at Fifth + Broadway, offering clients unique options to expand their reach to all areas of Downtown Nashville.
“This relationship allows us to continue to offer clients amazing media coverage in one of the fastest growing and most visited cities in the United States,” said Josh Cohen, President/CEO of Pearl Media. “We are seeing tremendous success in Nashville and with the upcoming developments, corporate relocations and major events coming to town we want to be well positioned to seize all opportunities,” continues Cohen.
Standing over 13’ tall, the Old Town Trolleys are the tallest street vehicles in Nashville. Advertisers can own the backs of each vehicle, providing a large canvas that can be seen by all nearby. The Trolleys run on a dedicated 12 mile loop around Downtown Nashville, stopping at 14 of the area’s most notable attractions from the Country Music Hall of Fame to Honky Tonk Row to the Belmont Mansion.
“The Nashville recovery from COVID is outpacing those of many larger cities around the country. Major music, sports and cultural events are back and the crowds are out in full force. As a result, our clients want to be present in the city’s hottest areas and our new inventory allows us to put brands right in the middle of the action,” says Anthony Petrillo, Chief Revenue Officer at Pearl Media.
Old Town Trolleys are immediately available for clients and brands who want to be part of one of the most vibrant downtown cities in the United States. For more information, including availability and pricing, please contact Pearl Media’s Chief Revenue Officer, Anthony Petrillo at email@example.com.
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