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Latest news from mobile outdoor advertising company Gorilla Media featuring advertising vans (AdVans) advertising bikes (AdBikes) and advertising trailers (AdTrailers).

38 Degrees AdBikes Cumbria Lobbying

38 Degrees AdBikes Cumbria Lobbying

Lobbyist organisation ‘38 Degrees’ probably thought it was a long shot when they contacted Gorilla Media to provide 3 AdBikes with riders to be outside the Cumbrian Council offices the very next day. The objective was to influence council members as they entered the...

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Longest Advertising Van Route Ever

Longest Advertising Van Route Ever

Gorilla Media embarked on their longest AdVan campaign for a single Client in its 18-year history. The advertising van managed to reach Stockholm via Copenhagen despite setting off during the worst storm to hit North West Europe in over 25 years.David Ogilvy once said...

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Children in Need AdBanners

Children in Need AdBanners

Situated at Alnwick Castle in North Northumberland, Alnwick Gardens acted as an official host for this year’s BBC Children in Need appeal. Gorilla Media were delighted to donate signage for the occasion. The AdBanners were used as a backdrop for the children’s choir...

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Mobile Billboards Christmas Retail Campaigns

Mobile Billboards Christmas Retail Campaigns

The first weekend of December and the first of many Christmas retail mobile billboard campaigns for Gorilla advertising vans and advertising bikes. metrOasis the latest development at the world famous MetroCentre shopping complex in Tyneside strategically position...

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AdVans Driving Buyers to Orchard Homes

AdVans Driving Buyers to Orchard Homes

Commissioned by the appointed advertising agency LeePeck Group, Gorilla Media have been key in ‘driving’ potential clients to the new Copsewood Park development near Southampton. Along with a radio and press campaign, the Gorilla AdVans have been utilised by Orchard...

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Liberty hits back against Home Office’s racist AdVan

Liberty hits back against Home Office’s racist AdVan

Human rights group Liberty responded to the Home Office’s immigration ‘Go Home’ campaign with an advertising van of their own. The Gorilla AdVan was briefed to target government buildings in central London and reassure residents in the same boroughs targeted by the...

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