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Travel Plaza TV provides digital advertising to the more than 25 million traveling customers and truckers who frequent select Pilot, Flying J and Roady"s Travel Plazas throughout the United States.

We are doubly pleased to bring to our viewers opportunities to help make a difference in their local communities and to help spread the word about ways citizens can get help too. We are proud to help underwrite the important solutions in society that (it) magazine spotlights. It"s your world... what will you do with (it)?

Our specialized 3D screens (requiring no glasses) are currently placed in 300 locations and provide advertising opportunities for reaching customers who are "driven" and decisive in their purchasing habits.

"Our audience provides advertisers access to a strong cross section of Americans from all walks of life and varied interests. One thing thing I like a lot about our audience is there interest in helping others." says online casino Travel Plaza TV founding CEO, Bill Botte. Botte continues, "Our audience of adults 18 consisting of local residents, cross-country travelers, truckers and RVers continually show us their good citizenry when we observe them respond to Amber Alerts, people in need on the road and how they respond to our cause messages on air and share them with others. We are pleased to have had the chance to help such causes this year as Be The Match, (it) magazine, Women in Trucking and Wounded Warriors."

Travel Plaza 3D TV Advertising:

- Provides “Stop and Awe” 3D television commercial delivery to break through today’s commercial overloaded engagement barrier.

- Delivers millions of monthly viewers within our defined demographic characteristics at the point of purchase for many products.

- 3D commercials and commercials delivered among 3D content are more effective in terms of engagement, recall, ad liking and purchase intention.

For more information Call Scott McCoy, SVP Ad Sales at 310-455-3434 or email Scott at [email protected]

 

 



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