The GetMobile Street Scene The GetMobile Advertising Monthly Update April/May 2008 Take Advantage of our Super Outdoor In This Issue: Advertising Packages This Summer! • Exciting Summer Advertising Hudson Valley Renegades Alive At Five Outdoor Concert Opportunities Series, Albany, NY • On Board This Horse Shows In The Sun Month Dutchess County Fair • WDST and Rhinebeck, NY Mountain Jam IV GetMobile Advertising, LLC is offering amazing outdoor advertising opportunities this summer. We • Prom and can put together a package to fit most any budget. Graduation In hard economic times it is important to be sure Safety Campaign your advertising will be seen. The MAV (mobile ad- vertising vehicle) will be strategically located at "Let's gear our advertis- these top area events and with high spectator at- • Community ing to sell goods, but tendance your advertising is sure to get noticed. Go let's recognize also that Needs Your Help advertising has a broad to our website at www.nowgetmobile.com and click social responsibility." on any event you are interested in to see what the Leo Burnett, quoted in 100 packages offer. Call for pricing as each package can LEO's, Chicago, IL: Leo Burnett Company, p. 92. be tailored to meet your needs. Page 2 Shadows On The Hudson Launches Mobile Campaign L to R: Milti Kastanis, mgr and Joe Bonura Poughkeepsie, NY—-Shadows On The Hudson has Jr., owner, stand by the debut of their ad launched their mobile campaign with GetMobile Ad- vertising. Shadows On The Hudson, for those of you who don’t know, is a waterfront restaurant located in Poughkeepsie, NY on a cliff forty feet above the Hud- son River with commanding views of the Eastern riv- erbank and Mid Hudson Bridge and sweeping open river to the South. There is no need to board a boat for this front seat river experience. Five different din- ing areas to choose from, a menu featuring seafood and steaks, with diner’s budgets in mind there is a choice for all. Catering is available for 20-100. If it is nightlife you are look- ing for you can count on a won- derful outdoor bar to sip a cock- tail while watching the sunset and a very hip indoor lounge serving up cocktails designed by such liquid experts as Charlotte Voisey (UK Bartender of the Year) and Tobin Ellis (featured on many food network shows) who also trained the entire bar staff on the art of Mixology. A passerby so captivated he stopped to read DCRCOC Business Expo, Fishkill, NY the entire message! Located at 176 Rinaldi Blvd, Poughkeepsie, NY. Hours of operation: M-TH 11:30am- 11pm lunch, dinner. Lounge until 12:00am. Fri/Sat. 11:30am-11pm lunch and dinner. Lounge until 2:00am. Sunday brunch 11- 2pm, lunch and dinner until 10pm, lounge until 11:00pm. PHONE: 845-486-9500 Page 3 WDST Partners with GetMobile to Promote Mountain Jam IV 2008 GetMobile Advertising is very happy to be promoting such a wonderful radio station as WDST. The Hudson Valley is rich with talent and we are lucky to have a successful inde- pendently owned and locally operated radio station that of- fers such a diverse selection of music that has won them na- tional and regional awards for their innovative programming. Radio Woodstock/WDST, is Mountain Jam is a three day tagged “the coolest radio sta- music festival in Upstate tion on the planet” by its listen- New York, held at the world- ers and other members of the music-radio industry. Radio class ski resort, Hunter Woodstock/WDST searches out Mountain. Radio Woodstock and promotes the development and Warren Haynes once of emerging artists, while still again co-produced this event paying tribute to established during the first weekend after talent whose music continues to Memorial Day, May 31st thru stand the test of time. It is no June 1st, 2008. It is one of wonder they are the ones the the largest music festivals in musicians respect and trust the Northeast. when it comes to putting on a great festival of music known as Mountain Jam. Mountain Jam IV just finished as of the pub- Above: Mountain Jam IV lishing of this newsletter and Left: Remote ticket drawing with attendance in excess of at McDonald’s Rt. 9 , the 30,000 it was phenomenal with MAV equipped with 8 great performers such as Levon speakers playing WDST live. Helm, Gov’t Mule, Michael Franti, and Bob Weir. Prom/Graduation Safety Awareness Program Page 4 NY— Dutchess County, NY—Prom and Graduation time can be a very happy time for parents and teens, but it also signifies a major step in growing up. The ability to make good decisions when pressured by peers and realizing that there are more consequences to your actions than just getting grounded or losing allowance. The choices made here can have life or death consequences. The Dutchess County Sheriff’s Department and Timothy P. Doyle along with GetMobile embarked on a Prom/Graduation safety awareness program. The Graduation campaign was designed to target high school and college students who would best respond to a message that relates to the pop culture way of communicating—Text Messaging! For those of you less aware of the lingo here’s what it says: DTRT (Do The Right Thing), GetMobile Congratulates BFF (Best Friends Forever), PLZ (Please), DDAD (Don’t Drink And The Class of 2008! Drive). Our drivers have had lots of thumbs up from passersby on the roadways. The Prom Campaign was a result of overhearing a young woman with her mother shopping for a prom dress. She was stressing about all of the “things” she needed to accomplish in time for prom. It occurred to us that the list was top of mind so why not attach the message to it. This cam- paign has received many looks of acknowledgement. Page 5 Community GetMobile is helping to get the word out about two very important causes in our community that could use your support The Ryan McElroy Children's Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by the family and friends of Ryan McElroy who lost his life on this earth to cancer just shy of his 5th birth- day. It was the bravery and determination that inspired us to con- tinue his courageous battle to fight this devastating disease. It is the Foundation's mission to raise funds to support the children living in our community who are afflicted by cancer and other life threatening diseases by improving the quality of life for them and their families while they courageously battle these devastating diseases. The Ryan McElroy Children's Cancer Foundation 198 Route 22 Pawling, NY 12564 845-855-0211 www.ryansfoundation.org Ryan McElroy Golf Tournament DATE CHANGED TO MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 2008 GOLF TOURNAMENT AT LINKS AT UNION VALE 18 Holes of Golf with Cart A June 9th Benefit was Held for Sean “Seamus” Murphy at 11:00am check-in 12:30pm Tee Off $175/golfer Ruges in Rhinebeck to help 4 person scramble Call for info: 845-242-1733 raise money for this young family. Please contact Jeff Walsh if you can help out. Sean "Seamus" Murphy, a 3rd grader at Chancellor Livingston Elementary School in Rhinebeck, was just diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and is being treated at Westchester Medical Center. Anything anyone can do to support this young family will truly be appreciated. All proceeds go to Sean Murphy, via this Kids with Cancer benefit. Contact Jeff Walsh at Ruge's/845-876-1057/ Rhinebeck if you missed the benefit but still would like to help. New Web Address for GetMobile www.nowgetmobile.com About GetMobile Advertising, LLC GetMobile Advertising offers an exciting new outdoor media plat- form offering several unique compliments and alternatives to traditional print, radio, televi- sion and outdoor advertising by providing experiential or emotional connections with con- sumers. We focus on branding, promotions, and community. For more information visit our website at www.nowgetmobile.com or contact Michelle or David at 845-889-8003. To receive our newsletter each month email Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org. What are you waiting for? Get Noticed! GetMobile! Call us now to set up a creative and eye catching campaign! 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