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Bus advertising in Armagh

We know the Armagh audience.  
Advertise with us and the Armagh audience will know you.

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Armagh is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland and although classed as a medium-sized town, Armagh was given city status in 1994 by Queen Elizabeth II.

Home to two cathedrals and the Armagh Observatory, the City has a population of just under 15,000 people, and although this makes it the smallest city in Northern Ireland, it is well-connected with Bus links to nearby towns including; Newry, Dungannon, Portadown and Craigavon. This makes bus advertising the ideal medium to engage an Armagh audience on the move.

Armagh has also recently benefited from a £5m scheme launched to regenerate eleven of the city’s streets: Market Street, Thomas Street, Ogle Street, Scotch Street, Dobbin Street, Dobbin Street Lane, Barrack Street, McCrum's Court, Upper English Street, Russell Street, Ogle Street and Linenhall Street. 

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We can help make your budget go further

Our range of high visibility bus formats means there’s something to suit every message and budget. Furthermore, we can ensure every penny of your budget is used to maximum effect by placing your advertising messages on buses operating from the depots that service the Armagh area.

Our exclusive bus campaign mapping software allows us to plot bus routes and specifically target areas within the Armagh area including; Armagh Town, Hamiltons Bawn, Keady, Loughgall, Markethill, Middletown, Moy and Richhill.

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Getting started is easy...

We have a dedicated team for the Armagh area, with in-depth knowledge and insight on how to reach your local audience with bus advertising. Contact our team by emailing belfast@exterionmedia.co.uk



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