Archive for billboards
Vancity sorted over 60,000 pennies by color and tarnish level, then glued them to a massive billboard to create a mosaic masterpiece.
The Financial Brand grades over two dozen bank and credit union billboards using three basic criteria: clarity of message, visual style and simplicity.
It’s not easy to write a good billboard message. You’ll see why as you examine these 3 examples.
A pair of clever "teaser" billboards + two odd ones. Citi publishes a QR-code crossword puzzle. And an Aussie bank breaks a world record. 16 items total in this financial marketing portfolio.
Bank struggles with gay stereotype. • Advertising "vehicles" drive awareness. • A total of 18 marketing projects from banks and credit unions.
In TFCU’s summer promotion, Get Going, the credit union is giving away a pair of Buddy Scooters (with helmets), and each of its 21 branches will award someone a $100 gas card. The campaign is
“Chuck & Leroy” Meet Chuck and Leroy, two squirrels going nuts for First Tech Credit Union in a new brand advertising campaign called First Tech Fans. The credit union worked up quite a backstory on
“Intentionally left bank,” is the only thing Seattle Metro Credit Union’s billboard says. How many financial institutions run billboards that look this uncluttered? (Note: This is actually a full-color photo. That’s what Seattle looks like
It’s no secret. Michigan’s economy is all doom and gloom these days, or so it would seem based on what you read in the news. Chemical Bank isn’t hiding from this fact in its latest
Marketing: Blessington & District CU gives a car away at every annual meeting Marketing: American Airlines FCU gives away 5 cars in ‘Road to Success’ campaign Advertising: A regular guy notices and comments on Think