Bundle up your billboards

Begin the new year right with this promotion from Burkhart Advertising.

Take advantage of this toasty poster and digital package from Burkhart Advertising. With packages as low as $85 per week, your business will be ready for a successful Q1. When you sign on or before January 22nd, receive our early bird special. Media must be placed before April 4th.

Adams County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Allen County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks | Digital
Cass County 20 weeks
Clinton County 20 weeks
DeKalb County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Delaware County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks | Digital
Elkhart County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Grant County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks | Digital
Howard County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Huntington County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Kosciusko County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
LaGrange County 20 weeks
La Porte Country 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Madison County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks | Digital
Marshall County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Miami County 20 weeks
Montgomery County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Noble County 20 weeks
St. Joseph County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks | Digital
Steuben County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Tippecanoe County 20 weeks | 50 weeks | 100 weeks
Wabash County 20 weeks
Whitley County 20 weeks

Burkhart Engages Indiana Drivers With New Digital Network

By Marc Raybin, Cardinal Communications Strategies

Burkhart Advertising is changing the way travelers engage with billboards across Northern Indiana with its bold initiative to install dynamic digital structures across multiple counties.

“Our approach has always been methodical, but late last year we saw an opportunity to ramp up our digital presence by more than 50 percent with the catch being we had to complete the entire project in only one quarter to get it done by the end of the year,” says Charlie Miller, Burkhart’s third-generation chief executive officer. “We had to convert eight digital billboards in winter weather conditions where temperatures typically fall well into the negative degrees and wind whips across the plains at dangerous speeds.” READ MORE