Minneapolis Local Advertising
If the midwest is one big family, Minneapolis is definitely the cool, hip, older (twin) sister. Like her favorite band, The Twin Cities are the country’s best kept secret. A sports team (and a new stadium) for every fan, a restaurant for every taste and a lake (15,000!) for just about everyone, Minneapolis is definitely your new favorite family member. Spread your brand’s word with Minneapolis local advertising.
When you work with CBS Altitude Group, you’ll have every resource in the book at your disposal for effective Minneapolis local advertising, and it all starts with harnessing the power found in local radio stations. What better way to connect with potential consumers in the heart of Minneapolis than by introducing your business during their morning commute, juxtaposing your ads with local news updates throughout the day, and reaching out to the community as they get their afternoon fix of today’s latest hits?
In a society that’s glued to social media, part of the struggle with advertising is catching the public while they’re listening. With access to BUZ’N @ 102.9, 104.1 Jack FM, and Newsradio 830 WCCO, we’ve already taken care of that for you.
Another resource that our Minneapolis local marketing agency has in its repertoire at your disposal is access to CBS Minnesota. As a chapter of CBS Local Digital, CBS Minnesota has everything from local and national news stories, weather, and traffic updates to celebrity gossip, sports highlights, blogs and more, By working with CBS Altitude Group, it can also become your business’s local advertising platform.
Backed by such an iconic name, you could say that our third option for Minneapolis local advertising is a no brainer—that’s right: it’s television. To get your brand’s word out, it’s important to go where the people are; in Minneapolis, that means WCCO-TV. As a part of one of the largest network-owned station groups in the United States, WCCO-TV is the public’s choice for TV news making it the perfect way for you to connect with countless homes across the Twin Cities.