Posts Tagged ‘mobile billboard trucks’

Employee Recruiting With Mobile Billboards

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Whether for temporary seasonal staffing or permanent hires, mobile billboard trucks are a highly effective way to get the word out that your company is Now Hiring.


Guerrilla Mobile Billboards has been repeatedly tasked with managing advertising campaigns highlighting employment opportunities in a wide variety of businesses, including warehouse-distribution facilities, R&D sites, customer support call centers, and hospitals.

Ohio mobile billboard for warehouse pickers, shipping, receiving, and photo assistant jobs

Temporary-Seasonal Staffing Ad


Recent coverage areas have ranged from rural communities in eastern Ohio, to Washington DC’s convention center, to New York’s Hudson Valley region, to suburban Boston.

As they cruise local markets, the two large signs on a billboard truck cut through the static and create instant awareness, vibrantly illustrating our clients’ job opportunities, and encouraging passerby to reach out and join their brands.

Given today’s widespread use of mobile devices, the billboard truck can immediately push prospective employees to your website, or a social media channel, to learn more.

Being “mobile” also means flexible. Mobile billboards can be scheduled and routed through selected markets at optimum times of the day, and days of the week, to effectively reach your target audience. Examples include: commuter traffic corridors Monday through Friday; retail, restaurant, and athletic stadium hot spots; as well as beaches, parks, and other recreation venues; and of course, colleges and universities.


University students job recuiting ad

Harvard Square – Cambridge MA


Conventions and trade shows are another great venue at which to promote your organization’s job openings, given the concentration of qualified candidates within a specific industry.

Physician recruiting

Physician Recruiting at Washington DC Medical Convention


Tax Season For Mobile Billboards

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

H&R Block Buffalo Mobile Billboard With Street Team

With a relatively short window to get its message out, H&R Block recently utilized the flexibility of mobile billboard trucks from Guerrilla Billboards to support its regional and local marketing staff in the Northeast.  Featuring the call to action “We Find Money Others Miss”, the billboard trucks reminded onlookers that Tax Day, April 15th, would be here soon.

With multiple Guerrilla Billboards’ units supporting H&R Block’s Street Teams and Brand Ambassadors, the ad trucks visited numerous New England, New York, and Pennsylvania communities, ranging from Portland Maine and Boston, out through Albany, Syracuse and Rochester, to Buffalo and Pittsburgh.  With the ads’ bright, bold graphics, the billboards’ messages were clearly visible despite the sometimes inclement winter weather in Upstate New York.


Mobile Billboard Truck Presents Labor Union Message in Boston

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Working on behalf of its client Local 103, IBEW, Guerrilla Mobile Billboards has launched the start of what is anticipated to be a year long mobile billboard ad campaign in the greater Boston area.  The campaign highlights the labor union’s concern that electricians employed by selected contractors in the region are not being paid “community standard” wages and benefits.

Taking advantage of the approximately 10′ high by 23′ wide billboard signs on each side of the truck, the union has developed a bold yet uncluttered graphic featuring its call to action and dedicated website, along with the logos from several social media sites where the union has presented details outlinning its concerns.

Optimizing the highly mobile nature of the billboard truck, Local 103, IBEW has developed a weekly  program that will have the truck regularly tour various neighborhoods and districts within the City of Boston, as well as through the suburbs surrounding Boston, ranging from South Shore cities and towns such as Quincy and Duxbury, out through selected Metro West communities, and continuing up the Route 128 corridor to the North Shore.  The billboard truck will also be on hand to support various rallies by Local 103, IBEW members as they seek to publicize their concerns within the communities where they live and work.



Billboard Truck Promotes Playoff Time in Boston

Sunday, September 30th, 2012


Billboard Truck Promotes Playoff Time in Boston

While Boston’s favorite baseball team did not make the playoffs this season, Guerrilla Mobile Billboards was busy in August and September promoting the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup Playoffs for client New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in advance of the track’s very popular September 23rd race.

Touring the greater Boston area and visiting crowds outside Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium before major sports and music events, as well as Cape Cod and busy Hampton Beach along the New Hampshire seacoast, the mobile billboard truck reminded onlookers that there were still tickets available for what was expected to be a very exciting race.



Mobile Billboard Highlights Boston Jewelry Store’s Final Days

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

Mobile Billboard Highlights Jewelry Store's Final Days

As they prepared to move their renowned jewelry store from Boylston Street to a new location on Boston’s famed Newbury Street, the owners of Shreve, Crump & Low chose a mobile billboard truck as their key out-of-home media element to advertise a clearance sale at the Boylston Street store.

Titled Moving Sale, with the sub-title Liquidating Inventory!, the billboard truck’s graphics mixed a strong call to action with eye catching high resolution photos of various jewelry items that shoppers could expect to find.  Running for several weeks, and taking advantage of its flexibility to circulate throughout the market at various times of the day, the mobile billboard targeted passerby in the Back Bay and other sections of Boston, as well as nearby Brookline and Newton.


Mobile Billboard Ads Highlight Hospital’s New Facilities

Sunday, July 1st, 2012


Mobile billboard highlights new orthopedics center at Williamsport PA hospital.

When Williamsport PA based Susquehanna Health decided to start publicizing the upcoming Grand Openings of two new healthcare facilities on its main campus, its media choices included a mobile billboard truck featuring different ads on each side.  One ad highlighted the hospital’s soon to open comprehensive orthopedics center, with the other highlighting the hospital’s new Susquehanna Tower.

Running different routes and shifts each day throughout the many communities the hospital serves in the region, the billboard truck’s mobility and flexibility allowed the hospital to efficiently day-part its ad campaign, variously targeting its prospective patients at shopping centers, local colleges and universities, regional employers, as well as other hospitals and healthcare facilities.

Mobile billboard alerts region’s residents to new facility at Williamsport hospital.

Overbilled in Connecticut

Friday, April 20th, 2012

Overbilled in CT

SEIU 1199-NE in Connecticut wanted to draw attention to the business practices of HealthBridge Management, with which the union had been trying to negotiate a new contract for nearly a year. As part of the union’s media plan, two mobile billboard trucks recently ran a week-long campaign in Central Connecticut and Fairfield County, repeatedly visiting the areas around eight different nursing homes in Newington, Cheshire, Milford, Southbury, Danbury, Westport and Stamford.

The primary objective of the mobile billboard campaign was to create awareness among residents in the local communities, whose family and friends are patients at the homes, that there have been billing issues. The billboard trucks were part of an integrated communications campaign including rallies by union members, stories in local newspapers, and a dedicated web site:

Mobile Billboards + Mobile Phones = $$ for Red Cross Earthquake Relief in Haiti

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010
One of the mobile billboards from Guerrilla Billboards touring Boston in support of the Text Haiti to 90999 American Red Cross fundraising campaign.

One of the mobile billboards from Guerrilla Billboards touring Boston in support of the Text Haiti to 90999 American Red Cross fundraising campaign.

Combining the flexibility of a mobile billboard truck to present a bold visual message when and where an audience is located, and the incredibly simple and easy to execute text messaging feature of cell phones, Guerrilla Billboards has launched an ad campaign in Boston to remind passerby to support the efforts of the American Red Cross.

Featuring the call to action Text HAITI to 90999 and the iconic American Red Cross logo, the billboard truck is reminding people that their financial donations, in this case $10 per text, are needed to help support the organization’s herculean earthquake relief efforts in Haiti.

Help Wanted – Mobile Billboard Truck Recruiting in Boston & Stamford

Sunday, January 10th, 2010
A mobile billboard from Guerrilla Billboards visiting Datamonitor's competitor offices in Boston, MA

A mobile billboard from Guerrilla Billboards visiting Datamonitor’s competitor offices in Boston, MA

When two business competitors merge, jobs at one or both companies are often cut.  However, occasionally another competitor is quick to spot the opportunity to add highly qualified staff, and the case of Guerrilla Mobile Billboards’ client, research firm Datamonitor Group, a mobile billboard truck cruising past its competitor’s offices in Boston’s Financial District and Stamford, CT  was a cost effective way to reach their target audience.

During the mobile billboard truck’s first day out on the ad campaign, a passerby in downtown Boston photographed the truck and sent the shot to the well regarded blog Sage Circle where the truck’s visits to Boston and Stamford became part of the on-line discussion.

Niki Tsongas Revealed

Friday, November 20th, 2009
Citing its concern and disappointment with Congresswoman Niki Tsongas over her recent associations with the Massachusetts biotech industry, Local 103 IBEW has launched a mobile billboard truck ad campaign and has commissioned Guerrilla Billboards to present its message and create public awareness of the organization’s new website NikiTsongasRevealed
Local 103 IBEW Guerrilla Billboards Ad Campaign in Washington, DC

Local 103 IBEW Guerrilla Billboards Ad Campaign in Washington, DC

During the first phase of the campaign, the mobile billboard spent the week of November 16th in Washington, DC, where it repeatedly passed various Senate office buildings, historic monuments and other points of interest, as well as the K Street corridor – home base for many lobbyists.  During subsequent phases of the campaign, the mobile billboard truck is expected to visit the greater Boston area, and communities throughout the Congresswoman’s home district.