Spring weather will soon catch up to the start of the season, which means people will be up for visiting new restaurants, shops, music venues and other entertainment options that Arlington has to offer.
For business owners, Sprynt provides innovative ways to advertise and literally drives customers to your location.
The overwhelming majority of Sprynt’s rider base consists of tech — savvy millennials with enough discretionary income to splurge every now and then. More than 13,000 people along the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor have downloaded the app, which introduces them to new places through advertisements, deals, coupons and other offers they can’t resist.
Beginning in 2018, advertisers now have the ability to reach Sprynt’s rider base via mobile push notifications, an invaluable marketing tool that is rarely ignored by recipients, unlike emails, banner ads and direct mail.
Sprynt is also introducing new ways for riders to engage with businesses during each of its 5,000+ rides per month. The interactive in — vehicle iPad advertising platform may now be supplemented with takeaway brochures, free product sample distribution and giveaways such as branded water.
Businesses will continue to have the opportunity to wrap Sprynt’s attention — grabbing vehicles, effectively allowing advertisers to reach pedestrians and on — lookers in the downtown Arlington community.
The Company has several exciting changes in store for riders as well, including a highly-anticipated expansion “down the hill” into the booming Rosslyn neighborhood. Sprynt will return for the Spring season on April 2, at which time riders may once again fire up the Sprynt app and begin requesting their free, on — demand rides around downtown Arlington.
Businesses interested in advertising with Sprynt are encouraged to visit their website (www.SpryntNow.com), which contains its media kit and a full list of advertising opportunities to meet any budget. Find out which option works best for your business as Spring kicks into gear!
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