Can you pay to put a message on the Jumbotron in Times Square
Not really sure if this is TravelBuzz worthy topic but I am doing some research for some friends visiting New York. He would like to see about putting a "Will You Marry Me" message to his girlfriend on the screen. Do they accept offers like this?
Yes you can rent it, but I don't have the details, and the person in the office who may know is at lunch. NBC I believe is responsible for the content along with Panasonic, so you may want to start with NBC.
The official name is astrovision, that may help in the search. If I can find out more, I'll edit this message.
From a trip I took in July last year, I noticed that if you go to the Times Square Tourist Information Centre you can get a picture taken (and I assume message as well) and it will be placed up on the electronic billboards outside (not sure if specifically the Jumbotron). It's free, but I don't know how long it is placed up there for, or how they give you a time, etc.
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by auh2o: Yea. For a "friend". We all believe that. Sure.
auh2o - adding serious value with this post.</font>
Thanks for the redeeming value of this post John. Seriously, they are visiting NYC the weekend of April 23rd. I can guarantee that being a princess and all I won't be doing the asking when it comes to marriage.
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The building (1 Times Square) is managed by Sherwood Equities, and the signs are managed by SE's subsidiary, Sherwood Outdoors. I'm sure they would have information on potential advertising oppportunities: