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Vector Media Officially at 53

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It’s Official, Vector Wins Connecticut Transit 

We reported earlier this week, Vector Media completed a successful bid beating incumbent Signal Outdoor for the Connecticut Transit Contract. Read here⇒  Vector Media Adds More Markets.

Vector Media reported the agreement with CTtransit of nearly 400 vehicles in the network is signed and officially complete. The announcement below, was released to Vector Media clients today. A map of the Vector footprint is below.

Word on the street is Vector also renewed their Daytona agreement for another 5 years. Daytona has not been verified by Vector or Daytona authorities.

Vector Media Release
Vector Media Announces Municipal Transit Advertising Contract with Connecticut’s CT Transit.
We are proud to share that Vector Media has been awarded the municipal transit contract for the state of Connecticut, raising our national footprint to 53 markets.
With nearly 400 vehicles in the network, this exciting expansion will enable Vector to bring even greater reach to our clients, as we continue to grow what is already the largest transit network in the United States.
The CT transit systems (CTtransit) is composed of 3 distinct markets – Stamford (Fairfield County), Hartford and New Haven, carrying riders and advertisers across the state to key regions surrounding these markets including Greenwich, Norwalk, Bridgeport and New Britain.
Home to numerous Fortune 500 companies and 3.5 million residents, Hartford-New Haven CT is the 30th ranked DMA, while the Stamford (Fairfield County) district is an integral part of the #1 ranked NYC DMA and one of the most affluent counties in the country.

 

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