|Location:||S/S PA Turnpike (I-276) @ Camp Hill Road (0.5 mi. W/O Fort Washington exit) F/W - Whitemarsh Township, Montgomery County, PA|
|Size:||14' x 48'|
|18+ Weekly Impressions:||240,900 (per slot)|
|DEC:||46.1 (Daily Effective Circulation): Number in thousands|
|Lat / Long:||40.130278 , -75.204444|
|TAB Panel ID:||30647563|
|Format:||8 flip digital bulletin (:08 seconds per flip)|
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This high-profile, stand-alone digital bulletin has a long read, and it targets a very highly demanded suburban audience on one of the most heavily traveled expressways in the Philadelphia market. This stretch of the PA Turnpike is traveled by motorists to and from the upscale Philadelphia suburbs of Montgomery, Bucks and Chester Counties, where there is limited OOH coverage.
During the busy PM commute, traffic is often backed up in this area as it is headed east from to the Mid-County Exchange (the intersection with I-476/Northeast Extension/Blue Route), and from the major office parks in King of Prussia, Conshohocken, Plymouth Meeting, and Norristown, as well as from Philadelphia. Traffic is headed to Route 309 (just ahead via the Fort Washington exit), another popular commuter route with little OOH inventory, which leads through affluent Montgomery County, or south to Philadelphia. Commuters will also travel farther on to Bucks County, Route 1, Philadelphia, and all the way east to the New Jersey Turnpike. This is a prime spot to capture a huge audience of daily commuters!