Serving ads above the White House - will we get arrested?

After the rather special experience of us serving ads above the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona - we have come up with a new campaign idea. It is - however - a tricky one.

Hold on to your seat belts because we just launched a campaign serving ads ‘on/above’ the White House (Washington DC) in the roaring and deeply divided United States of America.

Questions that arise:

  • Will we get arrested?

  • Will we be raided by Seal Team Six?

  • White House invitation perhaps?

No, all fun and games - but there are some very interesting aspects and questions coming along with this campaign:

  • At what bid will we get traction (being that it’s very likely others have the same idea - serving ads on/above the White House)?

  • What are the publishers (apps and sites) mostly visited by people residing, working or living (!) in the actual White House?

    • Can we make this ‘public’ to our few hundred blog readers?

      • If not; what will happen if we do? Legal advise is welcome.

Below the ads/banners (300x250 & 320x50 - image banners) we will serve and the geo-marker within our geo-tool (radius of geo-fence is set at 240 meters).



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We will update you when we have interesting developments to share. If you don’t hear from us again, do start to worry.

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