OOH companies looking for fresh, unique, and creative PSAs can order inventory from these national public service partners.
Support Seat Belt Safety PSAs
New Seat Belt Safety digital OOH PSAs are available, including both English and Spanish creative, in the following sizes: posters, bulletins, bus shelters, and square displays. OAAA is encouraging its members to post these PSAs throughout May (National Youth Traffic Safety Month), with a Memorial Day weekend digital OOH roadblock Friday, May 26 – Monday, May 29. Let us know how you participated in the digital OOH roadblock by sending your completed self-reporting form to SelfReporting@AdCouncil.org.
For digital OOH resizes, contact PSACentral@AdCouncil.org.
Share your Seat Belt Safety OOH photos on social using the hashtag #KidsBuckleUp.
For more information, please contact Nicole Randall at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 833-5566.
Download digital OOH creative here.
The Ad Council
Since its inception, the OOH advertising industry has worked with The Ad Council to bring public service programs to the American people with more than $250 million in donated space each year. The tradition continues with more than a dozen OOH campaigns available at no cost.
Log on to The Ad Council’s new distribution platform PSA Central to view available OOH inventory in paper, flex, and digital formats.
Creative for digital billboards is also available here.
Pass it On
The Foundation for a Better life has revealed Phase 12 in its successful Pass It On OOH campaign. The popular national public service campaign partners respected celebrities, historic figures, and hometown heroes to promote positive emotional and lifestyle values, motivating others to “pass them on.” This year’s line-up of leaders appearing on billboards, bus shelters, and other OOH formats across the US includes William Shakespeare, John Wayne, Albert Einstein, and local heroes of our time.
The Pass It On messages demonstrate how people can defy circumstances and change lives for the better. Additional new subjects in the campaign include Mae Jemison, the first black woman to travel in space; Madison Steiner, founder of a nonprofit that provides hand-painted shoes to children fighting cancer and living with disabilities; and Joshua Williams, who at the age of five founded an organization dedicated to combating hunger and helping individuals improve their quality of life.
To learn more about the Values campaign, visit www.values.com
Print inventory is sold out.
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