Four traditional 48 sheet advertising hoardings, adjacent to the new £3m Baker Street Development in Greenock, have been let by Bowman Rebecchi on a long-term lease from Inverclyde Council.
The hoardings, which will be managed by A&M Advertising, have lain vacant for the majority of 2021 following the end of the previous lease.
Following the new lease, the hoardings are now fully let into 2022, with national mobile giants, EE and local companies Inverclyde Taxis, Clyde Eats and Inverclyde Boiler Company all signed up to advertise their businesses.
A&M Advertising specialises in the Out of Home (OOH) advertising landscape, specialising in traditional advertising hoarding and new digital screen locations.
Based in Gourock, the business supports clients all over the UK alongside its partners, with services including sales, planning applications, screen installations and screen sales for clients.
With a diverse range of services, A&M Advertising provides cost-effective solutions to ensure maximum return on investment for businesses.
A&M Advertising also provides sales and marketing support for three digital screens in Port Glasgow, Bishopton and Gourock in the west of Scotland, as well as four other traditional 16 and 48 print advertising hoarding sites in Greenock and on the M74.
The business also provides sales support for West Coast Cinemas in Greenock and Dunoon, with the business supporting the sales of advertising before each screening to cinemagoers.
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