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WHY ADVERTISING ON TRIVISION BILLBOARD IS EFFECTIVE ?

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The human eye is highly attracted to movement and anything that is unique. So when we catch a glimpse of movement on a huge billboard, we tend to take a second look at the sign that we may have not noticed the first time. Our curiosity captures us into the moving billboard while we patiently wait to see all of the messages on the tri-action sign.

The Technology

State of the art technology was used in design and production level, in order to create Trivision and Multivision advertising signs. The internal mechanism and the frame of the signs are carefully designed with the assistance of powerful workstations and high level software – Computer Aided Design (CAD).

The parts of the internal mechanism and the frame as well, are manufactured with the assistance of latest technology, computer-driven mechanical units – (Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), thus providing and ensuring the best part assembly.

The process of producing the final product directly from the mechanical drawing makes feasible the avoidance of human mistakes, resulting to integral implementation of the drawings.

The materials used were selected to have maximum tolerance to weather conditions. Therefore metals were replaced with aluminum and plastics when needed, thus creating a complex material with extraordinary tolerance to rain, dust, snow, wind and high temperature.

Why Use Trivision

Cost-Effective
Trivision billboards are an excellent, cost-effective advertising solution; you get all the impact, quality, and great location of a static outdoor board, but at a lower cost because you are 'sharing ' the message. A great way to stretch your marketing budget.
Visual Interest
The movement of the Trivision board itself is impactful, which attracts even more attention to the message shown and makes your outdoor advertising even more effective.
Design
Purchase one of the sides, and your message is 'revealed ' on every third turn. Purchase all three sides to create a message that builds, or gives related information, every ten seconds.

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