0OOH Locations - Independent Storefronts
0Year WNDW Entered Philadelphia PA
WNDW has been part of OOH advertising campaigns for The Philadelphia Orchestra and The Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts, among others. Working with the arts is something that WNDW has done since our founding, with our signature WindowPoster™ Displays being the perfect solution for Hyper-Local OOH advertising.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority has also enlisted WNDW to aid in getting their messages out to the public for local transit services. With a network of over 45,000 independent partner venues across the U.S., WNDW can make sure your message, or your clients message, will Be Seen anywhere in the country.
And with 1,600+ independent storefronts across Philly, WindowPoster™ Displays are as ubiquitous as cheesesteak joints.
Philadelphia is probably most famous for the Liberty Bell, cheesesteaks, and the Philadelphia Phillies, the oldest team continuously playing under the same name in the same city in the history of American professional sports.
But the city is also known for its revolutionary history in general, being the “City of Brotherly Love.” and “Rocky”, played by Sylvester Stallone, running to the top of the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (another WNDW client), one of the largest art museums in the world. Philadelphia has more public art than any other U.S. city. Nearly 4,000 massive murals grace the walls and communicate the essence of neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Our clients’ favorite neighborhoods for OOH advertising are City Center, and South Street.
Neighborhood coverage in:
Bryn Mawr, Center City, Chestnut Hill, Chinatown PHI, Conshohocken, East Passyunk, Fairmount, Feltonville, Fishtown, Germantown, Hawthorne PHI, Kensington, Landsdowne, Main Line, Manayunk, Morton, North East Philadelphia, North Philadelphia, Northern Liberties, Old City, Passyunk Square, Penn Center, Queen Village, Rittenhouse Square, Roxborough, Society Hill, South Philadelphia, South Street, Spring Garden, Spruce Hill, Temple University, University City, Washington Sq PHI, Wayne