Trolley Ads

Outdoor Advertising with a Social Conscience
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24 Hours 7 Days a Week
4 Gibbons Indus Pk Christ Church Barbados246-428-2020
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Adopt A Stop was conceptualised by Barney Gibbs while at Cambridge University, and introduced to the island in 1993 as a socially-conscious means of providing a much-needed amenity.

For the past 20 years, the project has provided regional and international companies with a unique opportunity to advertise their products and services outdoors. Barbados has strict anti-billboard legislation, but an exception was made for the bus shelters because they provide public benefit.

Island-wide, increasing traffic rates mean drivers and passengers are frequently stopped in front of sponsor's signage. The recent addition of solar back-lighting also enhances night-time visibility.

Given our commitment to maintenance and competitive pricing, we are confident that the solar-powered Adopt A Stop shelters should be an integral part of your advertising campaign.

24/7 visibility in prime locations;20 years of experience creating street furniture;Average 40000 hits per day given current traffic rates;Tropical design using local materials
Solar bus shelters
Standard bus shelters
Bus benches
Fitness trail ads
Park benches
Trolley handle ads
Litter receptacles
Solar-powered bus shelters on all high-traffic routes
Outdoor fitness trail ideal for promoting health and energy products
Bus benches and bins for schools, malls, marinas and polyclinics
Trolley handle ads popular local supermarkets