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The North Bay Businesses Get Unprecedented Exposure During Super Bowl 50


San Francisco-hosted events will Promote Visiting the North Bay

Veale Outdoor AdSanta Rosa, CA – One million visitors are expected to flock to San Francisco to celebrate Super Bowl 50, this February 7th, 2016 at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium. As a result of Sonoma County’s advantageous partnership with the Super Bowl committee attendees will be introduced to everything Sonoma County has to offer at The Wine Country experience. This showcase will be set-up at San Francisco’s waterfront within the Super Bowl City Fan Village. The experience is a free-to-the-public attraction held for a record eight days with a number of vendors and wineries represented. Thousands of visitors are expected to explore Sonoma County and spend significant amounts of time in and around the region, extending their stay with excursions throughout Northern California. This means that local and national businesses will have a rare opportunity to be in front of these visitors. North Bay-based outdoor advertising company Veale Outdoor has a digital billboard network that will reach the thousands here for this iconic event and will offer Super Bowl packages for advertisers to reach drivers through and around the SF/Wine Country, UC Davis, and Sacramento and Tahoe areas. Find out more about reaching this audience and for special Super Bowl offers and rates now at 707-575-3752 or email Tom Jackson at [email protected].

Due to the state of limited static billboards, digital billboards offer the only outdoor opportunity to catch drivers’ attention. The unique nature of digital billboards is that they are quickly updated and advertisements reflect timely offers. With two electronic billboards placed on two of Northern California’s busiest corridors, their US 101 North sign is already regularly viewed by nearly six million North and South bound consumers every month, and the Interstate 80 sign reaches a staggering seven million East and West bound consumers each month. During the time frame surrounding the Super Bowl, thousands more eyes will be turned towards Veale’s billboards.

During the Super-Bowl, Sonoma County will introduce visitors to Sonoma’s unique culture of food, wine, and eclectic local businesses in the lounge experience. They will feature tastings, information on lodging, and give tourists a preview of what they will experience during their Sonoma County excursion, as well as offer touring packages for purchase during the event. Inviting visitors to visit the region and explore Northern California in a refreshing change of pace from the big-city Super Bowl events.

With the Sonoma County Tourism’s dollars behind the welcome center at Super Bowl City, Wine Country businesses already have a head start in visibility and can capitalize on this event as thousands are expected to expand their Super Bowl experience to include major Northern California destinations.

About Veale Outdoor Advertising: 

Veale Outdoor Advertising is a Sonoma County based company specializing in outdoor roadside advertisements. The average individual spends up to 20 hours a week commuting and out of their home, and for 69% of these people, purchasing decisions are made outside of the home. Veale Outdoor Advertising capitalizes on this fact and offers advertisers the advantage of an advertising medium that cannot be ignored by turning a page, closing a pop-up, or changing a channel. With two state of the art digital billboards in Northern California and 12 static billboards, Veale Outdoor Advertising offers customers a way to reach up to seven million consumers each month.  Learn more at http://www.vealeoutdooradvertising.com.

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