Out-of-Home Advertising in Grant County, OR

Billboard advertising rentals in Grant County including local market research. Detailed breakdowns of Grant ooh media by size, location, and cost. Information gathered from over two decades of experience managing and analyzing successful outdoor advertising in Grant County. 

 Frequently Asked Questions 

Billboards in Grant price out anywhere from $386 per 4 weeks for smaller posters to as much as $5,983 per 4 weeks for large digital billboards. Be sure to factor in the additional cost of graphic design, artwork, and fabrication if you're renting static Oregon billboards. Fabrication costs ~$850. If you rent a billboard in Grant County for an extended period (more than 3 months), your billboard print will likely need to be replaced periodically to keep it looking pristine. More about Grant County ooh pricing

Take a look at our Grant ooh market research by city below. Dollar for dollar, ooh advertisements in Grant are still one of the best ways to communicate your brand message. Billboards are most effective when used in  conjunction with other forms of advertising media (online, tv, etc.).

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outdoor advertising Grant

Big and small

Oregon 4-week Median Advertising Cost of Bulletins Average Price: $3,088

Bulletins in Grant

The largest outdoor media in Oregon, Bulletins prices start at $1,351 and go up to $5,307, depending on location.

Oregon OOH Average Price: $2,357

Digital Billboards in Grant County

Leased in 8 seconds portions. Entire loops run every 64 seconds. At the low end, prices start at $1,431 up to $4,883 for premium Oregon outdoor ad space.

Advertising on Buses in OregonAverage Price: $502

Bus Panels in Grant, OR

Bus panels come in 4 standard sizes, the smallest size costs $355 while the largest full side panel displays can cost as much as $598 every 4 weeks.

Oregon Advertising PostersAverage Price: $787

Posters Advertising in Grant

Small panels located near bus shelters, transit stations, and shopping malls ideal for statewide advertisers with a small budget. Lowest price is $597 while some locations can cost $949.

What did people do after seeing Grant billboards?

We conducted an outdoor advertising survey throughout the major cities in Grant County, OR. Conducted from John Day to Prairie City to Canyon City to Mount Vernon to Kimberly, actions taken based on outdoor media varies somewhat throughout these cities. Take a look at the questions we asked 1,004 people in these Grant cities about their own personal experiences with outdoor advertising.

Have you ever... John DayPrairie CityCanyon CityMount VernonKimberly
Discussed billboard ads you've seen with friends or family 44% 39% 38% 29% 29%
Recommended the advertiser to others 3% 6% 4% 9% 6%
Attended a local event because of a billboard 5% 11% 6% 9% 12%
Visited a local business (e.g. restaurant) because it was advertised on a billboard 29% 20% 21% 16% 27%
Made a purchase at the business advertised 10% 14% 21% 18% 17%
Watched event on television because of a billboard 15% 15% 16% 11% 10%
Tuned in to the radio station featured on a billboard 11% 11% 8% 15% 9%
Visited an advertiser website because of billboards 10% 20% 13% 20% 17%
Googled or otherwise searched online for more details about the message 24% 15% 27% 13% 25%
Googled or otherwise searched online for more details about the advertiser 14% 19% 17% 14% 14%
Accessed a coupon on a billboard from your mobile device 12% 6% 8% 11% 8%

The Oregon counties surrounding Grant cover a lot of area as well. If you're exclusively seeking billboards in Grant County, the cities of Prairie City, Canyon City, and Mount Vernon will all likely have slightly different levels of effectiveness with regard to billboards, as we found in our survey.

Grant Billboards

How people FEEL about billboard advertising in Grant County?

The table below represents responses to questions from 926 people about consumer attitudes towards outdoor advertisements in Grant County, OR. Again, findings vary from city to city. Factors you may want to take into consideration if you're planning to advertise at a particular location in Oregon.

I feel that billboards John DayPrairie CityCanyon CityMount VernonKimberly
Are a COOL way to advertise. 69% 78% 65% 76% 73%
Are a good way to LEARN about NEW BUSINESSES in the area 57% 70% 60% 57% 73%
Are a good way to LEARN about SALES and EVENTS 59% 66% 58% 62% 65%
Often catch my ATTENTION 69% 77% 70% 70% 77%
Advertisements on digital billboards stand out more than advertisements online. 67% 69% 65% 65% 74%
Advertisements on digitial billboards stand out more than advertisements on TELEVISION 50% 40% 52% 52% 38%
Make the city look more MODERN. 70% 69% 72% 63%
..Are visually APPEALING 74% 73% 65% 72% 65%
Are an effective way to alert the community about SEVERE WEATHER conditions. 78% 84% 89% 77% 84%
Are an effective way to alert the community about MISSING CHILDREN. 87% 90% 84% 84% 88%
Provide CURRENT and RELEVANT information. 74% 62% 70% 66% 75%