What kind of coverage comes with billboards? In the event of weather damage interfering with the ad, what are the options? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Effortless Outdoor media can help to give you a solid idea of what happens in this case.
Your ad is precious, sacred even. We understand that your ad is an extension of you. You’ve put time into creating something that speaks for you and engages your audience. Your investment into this medium should never go unrewarded. Here are the protections for when something goes wrong.
The power of nature
Inclement weather causes most of the damage that billboards sustain. This is usually the case with vinyl billboards. It’s not a regular occurrence, but when it happens it can be devastating. “The vinyl [can] get ripped off the structure with high winds”. Luckily there are safeguards for this.
In the event of the elements turning on your ad, your advertiser can grant you that time back. Once your ad comes down, we’ll work diligently to get it back up and running. From there, you’ll be able to get the days it was down back on the backend of the promotion. The same goes for when there’s irreparable damage to the board’s foundation. In this case, we’d locate another setting of equal value to re-erect the ad.
Reach out to EOM today
At Effortless Outdoor Media, we want to see you succeed as much as we want you business. That’s why we guarantee the above measures to ensure you get all the value you’re due for your ad. While these kinds of damages rarely ever happen, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible. We can cover you! Reach out to us today to learn more!
Hi, I’m Jason Sirotin, and today I’m speaking with Bill Hobbs, who is the owner and proprietor, managing director, everything, of Effortless Outdoor Media, which is an outdoor media advertising placement company. What happens if there’s a weather event and the billboard gets knocked down? What happens?
If there’s a weather event like a storm or something, and the billboard gets knocked down, the advertiser would… Usually what happens is the vinyl would get ripped off the structure with high winds. And that doesn’t happen very often, but in storms and things like that, tornado’s… Is if that happens, then the advertiser would get credit for the time his display is out of service. And then when he goes back up, the billing would start again, or if the actual structure gets damaged, which almost never happens, we would find the advertiser alternative location of advertising.
Bill, thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us today. We really appreciate it. If you’re interested in learning more about what Bill has to offer, you can visit him online at effortlessoutdoormedia.com and you can email him at B Hobbs, that’s B-H-O-B-B-S, @effortlessoutdoormedia.com.