Pacific Media Launches Website and Blog

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For the last eight years, Pacific Media has taken an unorthodox approach to advertising. While so many organizations concentrate on radio and television, Drew Mattson and his Pacific Media partners understand that it's about creating a ubiquitous name, so they began with innocently placing ads in the bathrooms of bars, clubs and gyms across the United States.

After years of selling to several advertising agencies, they often came to us with these great ideas for their clients but they were always struggling to find a trustworthy company to execute these ideas. This led to several non-traditional executions from sidewalk chalk art to wrapped garbage dumpsters.

For the last eight years, Pacific Media has taken an unorthodox approach to advertising. While so many organizations concentrate on radio and television, Drew Mattson and his Pacific Media partners understand that it's about creating a ubiquitous name, so they began with innocently placing ads in the bathrooms of bars, clubs and gyms across the United States.

"I started with indoor advertising, where we placed billboards in bathrooms," began Mattson. "After years of selling to several advertising agencies, they often came to us with these great ideas for their clients but they were always struggling to find a trustworthy company to execute these ideas. This led to several non-traditional executions from sidewalk chalk art to wrapped garbage dumpsters."

Pacific Media was birthed from the notion that Mattson and company were going to put their clients' names out there, in the most populated places. And so what began with simply hanging billboards in bathrooms became gas station ads, which in turn, became LCD screens above dartboards flashing their clients' ads in a continuous loop and much more.

"We execute great non-traditional, out-of-home ideas," said Mattson.

Now ready to expand further, Mattson has launched PacificMediaInc.com and a corresponding blog at http://www.GasStationAdvertising.com. "Our website was created with the ability of our customers to see photos of the wide range of materials we cover, along with a video of our advertising," explained Mattson.

As for the blog, Mattson hopes for a more creative outcome: "Our blog will be used as a brainstorming session. It helps us come up with great ideas and allows us to gather great ideas from other people in terms of non-traditional advertising."

Thanks to sites like http://www.PacificMediaInc.com, the days of annoying jingles and scoffed at TV commercials have gone the way of the dodo. The advertising that Mattson has spearheaded is not only subversive, but also subtle and smart.

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