Why partner with Barule Digital Media?

Venue owners have been selling advertising space, both static and digital, for many years. Barule Digital Media provides venue owners with an exciting new way to leverage what was a capital maintenance expense into a profit center.

  • 70% water savings over manual faucets
  • Monitored and managed water usage
  • No CAPEX to venue for faucets
  • Venue can advertise its own products and services in lieu of revenue share
  • Barule Digital Media offers venue owners a number of ways to leverage this technology.

Barule Digital Media will install VODXS™ (Visual On Demand Experience Systems) faucets in your establishment. The venue receives free advertising slots for their own products, services, or upcoming promotions. Barule Digital Media sources additional advertisers that will advertise with services or products that are complementary to the venue’s core business model.

The second way we work with venue owners is on a lease model where the venue owner has the complete rights to sell and run their own advertising or messaging on their installed VODXS™ faucets. In these relationships, Barule Digital Media works in partnership with the venue owner to develop and manage content on the units. These types of installations are also valuable for venues that are looking for an innovative way to communicate to employees, internal customers, or club member programs, policies, and news.

Advertising on VODXS™ faucets can be targeted to promote a wide variety of products, services, and offerings to the patrons using the venue’s washrooms in very demographic specific areas. Barule Digital Media is a partner of Faucet Impressions and utilize their proprietary software management solution. This software allows ads to be controlled remotely and, unlike most other forms of advertising, can provide an accurate accounting of how many consumers see the ads.

Types of venues that are deploying VODXS™ faucets: sports stadiums, concert halls and arenas, shopping malls, airports, casinos, theatres, museums, bowling alleys, theme parks, universities, nightclubs, restaurants, private clubs, hospitals, and corporate office buildings.
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