We know Bristol
With a population of nearly 450,000, Bristol is compact enough to get around on foot, yet big enough to boast an exciting line-up of entertainment, making Bristol a valuable city for businesses to advertise and promote their brands.
If you are looking to establish and grow your brand in Bristol, Exterion Media provides unparalleled coverage to nearly 51% of the Bristol audience on a weekly basis. (Source TGI)
There is a thriving and independent spirit in Bristol. Its residents are educated and live in urban neighbourhoods, family orientated, aged 25 to 40 with younger households in full-time employment living in private suburbs.
The people who are out-of-home most in Bristol are those advertisers want to reach: 60% own or buying their home, 65% are ABC1, twice more likely to be in a professional occupation and they don't try to avoid advertising on our media.
The city also boasts a great shopping experience, with 1 in 3 being aged 15-34 advertisers benefit from targeting these high spending consumers.
(Source: Experian, TGI)
Why use Exterion Media in Bristol?
Exterion Media has an exciting portfolio in Bristol which provides the most effective way of advertising to this valuable audience. Choose from;
Advertising with Exterion Media delivers far wider coverage than Press and Radio and enables businesses to engage the urban audience on the move.
The average bus covers 700 miles every week – They’re everywhere!
Nearly 50% have seen Bus advertising in the last week – Buses go where people go!
100,000 Rail journeys have been made in the last month alone. – Your ticket to a first class audience!
3.2 million consumers travelled through Bristol Parkway last year. – Making sure your business is seen and remembered
Only 9% read the The Post and 27% listen to Heart South West each week!
(Sources: TGI, JICREG, RAJAR)
How can it work for your business?
For traffic stopping, head-turning, attention-grabbing ads, Bristol Zoo chose Bus advertising to deliver a highly visible and impactful campaign around the city of Bristol.