|Location:||S/S PA Turnpike (I-276) between Valley Forge/King of Prussia Exit and Norristown Exit (700' W/O Route 202/Dekalb Pike) F/W - Upper Merion, Montgomery County, PA|
|Size:||14' x 48'|
|18+ Weekly Impressions:||128,000 (per slot)|
|DEC:||46.1 (Daily Effective Circulation): Number in thousands|
|Lat / Long:||40.091014 , -75.382061|
|TAB Panel ID:||30616940|
|Format:||8 flip digital bulletin (:08 seconds per flip)|
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Located on an exclusive stretch of the PA Turnpike, this digital bulletin targets a very highly demanded suburban audience. Unit #910 is the first bulletin seen after the King of Prussia Mall, which is an upscale retail destination and the largest mall on the East Coast. This prime, heavily traveled area on the PA Turnpike reaches an affluent audience of people leaving King of Prussia, Valley Forge and the high-income Montgomery and Chester County suburbs. Unit #910 is also the first bulletin seen after the major 276/76/202 interchange merge. Traffic will travel on to the major commuter expressway I-476/the Blue Route (where there is no OOH) and beyond to the Montgomery and Bucks Counties, where there is also limited OOH coverage.
Traffic is also headed from Valley Forge Casino Resort, Valley Forge Convention Center, Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, major commuter Routes 422, 202, 76, and affluent Chester County, en route to the Pocono Mountains, Allentown, Plymouth Meeting Mall, the Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, Conshohocken business centers, and beyond to the NJ Turnpike.