The Calgary Public Library (Alberta, Canada) is using its $39,000 marketing budget to catch the attention of the public by placing advertisements in the food section of Real Canadian Superstores, on local buses and library vans, and even in washrooms. The campaign slogan is “Everything you’re into,” and the advertisements feature such lines as “from barbecue to bull riding” and “from ham to Hamlet.”... For more, see the full article CBC News, Jan. 27
As with any innovative or "out there" idea, some citizens complained about spending money on marketing. Good to know those citizens took notice of the library ads!
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Library Ads at Grocery Stores, Buses, and Washrooms - Canada
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 3:59 PM
Labels: public libraries, publicity
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