Using sanitation trucks as rolling billboards
I write about this a lot, how most communities neglect to utilize their vehicles as opportunities for placing advertisements promoting service-related messages. Sanitation trucks are a perfect example. Some cities, like Baltimore, do use the sides of the trucks to promote pro-environmental messages. And the private firms, like Waste Management do.
In London, it seems most of the boroughs do understand the value of sanitation trucks as rolling billboards. I got this photo of a truck in Islington borough. I noticed another truck, maybe from the City of London, similarly branded, but I wasn't positioned to take a photo.
This post was sponsored by the donors--anonymous and named, to the GoFundMe account associated with my recent trip to Liverpool and London, which was triggered by my receiving a free registration to the International Place Branding Event one-day conference in Liverpool. Their support is gratefully acknowledged in making this and many other posts possible.
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