Reach out to an audience of millions by advertising at Stamford Brook station with Transport Media, specialists in London Underground advertising.
Located in Transport for London’s Fare Zone 2, on the District Line between Turnham Green and Ravenscourt Park, Stamford Brook station was the first Tube station to have an automatic ticket barrier installed in 1964. Annually, more than two and a-half million passengers pass through – commuters both leaving for work in the City and arriving to work in the Griffin Brewery.
On average, ads on the Underground engage with the customer for more than three minutes, with 87% of Tube users preferring the platforms and trains to carry advertising. 79% of consumers act directly upon information contained in the ads they see – making a purchase, attending an event or even searching for more information online via smartphone or tablet, something encouraged strongly by the station’s public Wi-Fi coverage.
Ad formats available on Stamford Brook station include 4 sheet, 6 sheet and 16 sheet billboards, ticket gateways and train car panels (these being displayed within the carriages themselves).
Transport Media offers Tube advertising across all stations on the London Underground.