MEDIA RELEASE: goa's $1,000,000 media allocation
Brisbane based Out-of-Home provider, goa, has announced the successful four charities and community groups that will receive a share in $1,000,000 media value donations as part of the 2016 Community Partnerships Program.
From a pool of many strong applicants, the following charities were successful; Brisbane Festival, St Vincent’s De Paul Society, Multicultural Development Association (MDA) Queensland and Museum of Brisbane.
goa’s Joint Managing Director, Chris Tyquin, has said continuing the community partnership program is of strong importance to the company.
“We are thrilled to continue our community partnerships with Brisbane Festival, St Vincent’s De Pauls Society and Museum of Brisbane, while developing a new partnership with MDA Queensland.
“It is rewarding for goa to be able to work closely and provide access to platforms that will build exposure and support for these charities, and see that their initiatives flourish,” Mr Tyquin said.
goa’s market-leading technology and broadcast digital billboard reach around Brisbane provides these charities with an opportunity to have their voice heard in a unique way.
With 85% of SEQ reached every week, an audience of over 2,000,000 people, 2016 brings exciting opportunities and challenges for these charities to get noticed.
For more information on the successful charities go to goa’s website.
goa is Queensland’s largest billboard and signage company.
Established in 1983 and still family owned, we’ve made it our mission to ensure all of our experience, effort and investment is focused on getting our clients noticed.