In fact, many Dunwoody-area businesses have already started using them for advertising.
Miniature billboards such as the one above found in SOHO Office in Orchard Park are the brainchild of Chuck Renfroe, an advertising and traditional billboard specialist who found a way to place billboard advertising at a level where consumers will see it, without violating zoning ordinances or pissing off neighborhoods.
My first reaction, one day, when I stopped off to check my mail, was, "Hey wow! What is that???" The little screen was captivating and it sat discreetly on the service counter at the back of SOHO Office. Apparently, a number of brick-and-mortar storefronts are hosting these billboards and the buzz is growing.
I immediately snapped the two pictures above, went straight home, blew off my "to do" list and got right on the phone to Chuck to learn more. Chuck has mini billboards all over the North Atlanta metro region with rates and packages affordable for anyone.
In fact, I rented space in Dunwoody and Sandy Springs myself, almost on the spot.
Contact Chuck at dunwoodybillboards.com for information on how to create an advertisement for his billboard network, or to host a billboard in your establishment. Tell him I sent you and I showed him some love on the DWG blog!