CJC Media would like to share a few our of campaigns over the last few months

Breathing Space Moray – This was great use of our gender targeting A3 Washroom Panels across the whole of Morayshire targeting a male only audience.

STV - We worked alongside STV via our chalk stencils to promote to promote their new app.

Tennents Lager – We placed a black and white stencil over at the Tennents Brewery to promote the launch of Black T.

Kilt Walk -The Kilt Walk made great use of our Social Media Booth at their Tartan Sparkle Ladies Lunch. They had a great turn out and it as amazing to see so many ladies supporting another great cause.

St. Enoch Centre – Using our Drink Mats they looked to target students within our network of bars and clubs throughout Glasgow.

NHS Forth Valley – Utilising our pub venues to target the huge audience associated with the festive season, we used our A3 Washroom Panels and A4 Media Vinyl’s throughout the whole of Forth Valley to advise everyone the dangers of Alcohol and Drugs. Our coverage included Linlithgow, Bo’ness, Ladysmill, Grangemouth and many more areas.

North Lanarkshire Choose Life – Continuing our great working relationship we have with the team at North Lanarkshire Choose Life they looked to us for aid with their ‘Feeling Snowed Under’ Campaign. We placed A4 Direct Response Media Vinyl’s across North Lanarkshire as well as information booklets about being safe.

Moray Choose Life – After seeing how we work with other Choose Life networks the Moray team asked us to help with their festive message. Not only did we us our A3 Washroom Panels and our A4 Media Vinyl’s but we also attached Tear-Off slips that held contact information.
Another great use of our gender targeting abilities as this was a male only campaign, but their message is being displayed in unique environments such as RAF Kinloss, Walkers Shortbread and Eglin FC.

Daily Record Road Show – The Daily Record wanted people to record their moments in various locations and what better way to do is than by using our Social Media Booth. Our booth went up and down the country and was in various indoor and outdoor environments. We started with Kilmarnock Vs Dundee, and then it was at the Great Scottish Run. The response was unbelievable and the SMB with its full Daily Record branding really looked the part.
The Western Brewery for OktoberWEST was next on the agenda, then off to Ibrox for Scotland V Georgia were all the Tartan Army utilised the SMB to its full potential, taking away a free photo and uploading all their memories to Facebook Twitter etc…
The Buchanan Galleries on a Sunday! What better location could you ask for to promote your brand via the SMB, another successful day?
The Clyde Shopping Centre in Clydebank was next up then on to Aberdeen Vs Motherwell, the Daily Record wanted to get their message out around the best part of the country and CJC Media obliged!
It was then back down to the St. Enoch’s Centre, another massive footfall venue for the Daily Record to promote their product via the SMB.
Then the Auld Enemy came to town and CJC Media took the SMB inside Parkhead for Scotland V England game. Again it went down a storm a great response from the Tartan Army and even a few of our English friends joined in on the act.
The next event that we attended on behalf of The Daily Record was in Glasgow for the wonderful Santa Dash. A great family day where people queued up to use the SMB to leave a video message and upload their photos to their preferred Social Network facility.
Finally, it’s Christmas party night for The Daily Record at The Ferry and we were there to support them. What a night was had by all!

We would like to thank all our clients for their continued support and although we have added a few huge brands to our portfolio we treat all our clients the same way and always have done.

Thanks for continuing to trust CJC Media with your campaigns and we will continue to endeavour to do our best in the future.