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Neon Makes Transit Shelter POP for Out of Home Advertising

Good Out of Home Advertising creative gets people’s attention and sells product. But is there a way to create even more attention? Of course, just call the folks at Media Resources 3D Fabrication Department! When our client, Astral – Bell Media, asked if we could help CHUM FM’s transit advertising program generate even more attention we were all in. The bright idea – neon augmentation.

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We looked at the new faux neon products, but they didn’t have as much pop as the real thing. Plus traditional neon has a certain cachet. Working with Astral Outdoor (a Bell Media property) we installed the neon augmented transit ads at 3 locations around Toronto. The POP could almost be heard!!

About Transit Shelter Out of Home Advertising

Often strategically located along busy streets in major metropolitan cities, a Transit Shelter can provide excellent exposure to pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Transit Shelters give consumers something to look at while they’re waiting for the bus, making them particularly effective for Out of Home advertising point-of-purchase and directional information.
  • Stationary ad space located along busy bus routes
  • Provides eye-level visibility to pedestrians and vehicular traffic in major cities
  • Targets specific audiences and reaches areas that other out-of-home advertising can’t go
  • Effective medium for point-of-purchase, ethnic or geographic marketing

Everyone’s drawn to our state-of-the-art 3D printer but as this example shows there’s more then 1 way to liven up a transit shelter. For examples of our previous transit shelter programs check out the projects shown below.

 

If you have a 3D project you’d like to discuss, transit shelter or otherwise, drop us a line using the form below and we’ll get right back to you.

 



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Press Release: Media Resources Inc. Enters the World of 3D Printing

Media Resources Inc. Enters the World of 3D Printing

June 12th, 2017

Oakville, Ontario – June 12th, 2017 – Media Resources Inc., an integrated sign services and manufacturing company in Oakville, Ontario has expanded their custom 3D fabrication capabilities adding to their long list of service offerings.  Now, in addition to custom 3D milling and carving they can now offer full 3D printing on what is the largest 3D Printer in Canada and only the 4th of its kind in North America.

Having been a major supplier to the sign and out of home industry for over 50 years, Media Resources has been offering 3D custom fabrications for over 10 years.  Always wanting to stay on top of new technology and innovations, Media Resources started with hand crafting custom creations, moving into 3D Milling and Hot Wire Foam cutting in early 2016.  Now in 2017 they have purchased two 3D printers, offering customers the option to print in small or large scale from any 3D digital file, creating state of the art lifelike reproductions of anything you can dream up.

“We have always offered our customers the option of 3D, whether via artistic molding and hand painting or with our 3D Carving machines, now we are very excited to add full 3D printing to our service offerings” says Jeff Rushton, Co-Owner, President and CEO of Media Resources.

Steve Gallow, Co-Owner and Chairman of Media Resources states “The possibilities with 3D Printing are literally endless, we now have the ability to improve upon and add to the services we offer our existing client base while opening the doors to entirely new markets and verticals such as museums, architectural, exhibit companies, entertainment, prop and production companies just to name a few.”

About Media Resources Inc

Established in 1967 Media Resources is an integrated sign services and manufacturing company providing Large Format Printing, Digital LED Displays, 3D Fabrication and 3D Printing, Sign Installation services to the sign and display industry. Media Resources has completed work in Canada, the United States, Central and South America

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