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Presidential Primary Season Mobile Billboard Ads in New Hampshire – Yes We Do That!

April 26, 2019

Another presidential primary season is well underway in New Hampshire.

During several recent election cycles, mobile billboard trucks from Guerrilla Billboards have been a great way for candidates and organizations to create brand awareness and get their messages in front of NH voters, tourists, and the media, during frenetic primary seasons.

Two billboard trucks promoting health care votes during the New Hampshire presidential primary.
National labor union promotes candidates who support health care reform, during the NH presidential primaries.
NoLabels.org billboard truck in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Washington DC based non-partisan NoLabels.org promotes its message asking the 2016 presidential candidates to work together for the common good of the United States, with mobile billboard ads in New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina.

Whether serving as a backdrop for a candidate’s outdoor speech or shadowing the competition in true guerrilla marketing fashion, a mobile billboard truck provides a tactical outdoor advertising option for political ads.  Its tremendous flexibility to move around a local or regional market throughout the day as the billboard truck visits various geographic areas and demographic segments, combined with its two large billboard panels, allows it to effectively amplify awareness of the candidate or issue.  This is especially true in a state like New Hampshire, where residents and tourists enjoy the state’s many outdoor activities.

Traveling U.S. Route 1 along the New Hampshire Seacoast and stopping in busy Hampton Beach; cruising through the picturesque Lake Winnipesaukee region during the busy summer and fall tourist seasons, a mobile billboard truck is a great way to create brand recognition throughout New Hampshire, visiting vibrant cities such as Portsmouth, Nashua, Manchester, Concord, West Lebanon, and numerous other communities.