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National Advertisers

This is the category for you if you work with a commercial or not-for-profit brand who wants maximum coverage across all the major conurbations of Great Britain. As well as big brands, this will include those smaller online businesses with a national focus.

Submit a campaign for a national advertiser with artworked designs for T-side, Superside, and Rear formats. (Each campaign must be shown working across ALL 3 formats. And each ad must work as a STANDALONE piece. It's not a takeover of a single Bus!)

Click here for national category guidelines and specifications.

Regional Advertisers

This category is for you if the bulk of your commercial or not-for-profit brand's business is focused on one core urban area.

Submit a campaign for a local or regional advertiser with artworked designs for Rear and Streetliner formats. (Each campaign must be shown working across BOTH formats. And each ad must work as a STANDALONE piece. It's not a takeover of a single bus!)

Click here for regional category guidelines and specifications.

The Brief

You must either:

  • Work within the creative or production agency that represents the entered brand
  • Work within the brand's business in a marketing/advertising capacity
  • Work within the brand's business, outside of a marketing capacity but with the ability to secure sign-off of creative should it be shortlisted
  • Work within the media or PR agency that represents the entered brand, with the ability to secure sign-off of creative should it be shortlisted

All entrants must be aged 18+ years.

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What's the deadline?

Deadline extended - entries can be submitted until 5pm on Wednesday 17th September 2014.

How do I submit an entry?

Click here to submit your entry online.

You can read the full competition terms and conditions right here.

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