Globox lights up Hamilton’s busiest intersection

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HAMILTON, Tuesday: Globox Digital Billboards has expanded its portfolio with four 12m x 4m digital billboards lighting up Hamilton’s busiest intersection.

The new additions are situated at the Te Rapa Burger King intersection, near The Base shopping centre. These screens bring the Hamilton network to 11 and their entire network to 22, with multiple sites in the pipeline nationwide.

Globox senior sales consultant Lesley MacDonald says the Te Rapa additions are a “huge milestone” for the digital out-of-home company.


“The four screens are our largest traffic volume site to date (112,000), followed by Greenwood (64,000) and triple-sided Ruakura (64,000).”

“The Te Rapa digital billboards have been a gamechanger for us already,” he said. “We have seen a dramatic increase in customer enquiries and overall demand since this launch which has been wicked.

“The four screens are our largest traffic volume site to date (112,000), followed by Greenwood (64,000) and triple-sided Ruakura (64,000) billboards.

“Customer demand has skyrocketed in the last six months.

“This is the best location in the Waikato in terms of audience reach. The traffic count is unbeatable.”


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