Adflow regional advertising

AdFlow's regional Out of Home coverage expands by 60 per cent

Out of Home transit company Adflow has announced the success of the first phase of its regional expansion program. Adflow’s regional footprint has increased by 60 per cent to now include 65 regional locations.

With 9.1 million people living regionally in Australia (growth of 1.1 per cent experienced in the 19/20 financial year) and most regional centres suffering minimal restrictions from COVID, regional centres should not be overlooked when planning Out of Home.

General manager for Adflow Luke O’Connor said, "There is an enormous opportunity to speak to Australians in regional centres. Whether that’s a public health message or brand message people are living there lives as usual in these areas. Despite over a third of Australian’s living regionally only 10 per centof media budgets are spent regionally.

"There is an enormous opportunity for brands to dominate regional Australia with little competition and a large market. With this thinking in mind, we’ve grown our network in key areas experiencing population growth," he said.

Adflow now covers over 65 regional towns and centres across each state and territory adding to their already impressive coverage in seven major capital cities.

Phase two of the program will see the company reach a target of over 80 regional areas. Key regional locations include Albury, Geelong, Ballarat, Coffs Harbour, Melton, Townsville, the Sunshine Coast, Emerald and Bunbury.

Adflow, now a part of Liberty Signs, has access to a network of 150 vehicle signage installers nationwide – making vehicle media a bold, unobstructed branding opportunity for advertisers in remote locations that have limited Out of Home options.

O’Connor added, "Adflow’s wrapped vehicles offer advertisers high reach and frequency campaigns that are  unique and show-stopping in regional centres.  Our vehicles operate in and around the entire city boundaries where there is generally little to no OOH coverage offering great exposure for clients."

Regardless of COVID restrictions in some areas across the country, Adflow’s transit assets have been an essential service and kept on the road to assist people with their changing daily needs. Adflow’s taxi network partners have reported changes in trip itineraries to include home delivery, vaccine, health appointments and transport to and from shopping centres.

Adflow is Australia’s number one taxi advertising company specialising in advertising that captures hard to reach people in CBDs, regional areas and suburban Australia. The fleet of 3,000 cabs and rideshare vehicles covers all major capital cities along and 65 regional towns and centres nationally.

Source: Bandt