To reach the primary decision makers for most spending in the family, there is no better place than the supermarket.

If you are looking for new advertising ideas or new marketing ideas to reach the primary decision makers for

  • Health Care Purchases
  • Entertainment
  • Automotive Maintenance and Buying
  • Home Repairs
  • Home Appliances
  • Beer and Wine
  • Home Building
  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Lawn and Garden
  • Pet Supplies
  • Real Estate
  • Flooring
  • Banking
  • Recreation
  • Home Improvement
  • Nursing

and many more, WEIS TV can reach them easily, quickly and inexpensively.

The Weis TV Network is located in these Pennsylvania towns: Hummelstown, Hershey, Lebanon, Palmyra, Lancaster, Ephrata, Willow Street, Centreville, Manheim, Lititz, Columbia, Gap, Mifflinburg, Selinsgrove, Sunbury, Danville, Bloomsburg, and Lewisburg.

About Us and our Digital Signage Networks

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Mark and Mary Anne Fleisher formed Aim Digital Visions LLC in 2005. The Fleisher’s concept was to form a new media called Digital Out Of Home (DOOH Networks) with a group of screens, using live rss feeds, with the ability to change content remotely and at lightning speeds and control the screens from anywhere in the world.

Mark and Mary Anne have over 25 years experience in the advertising field, from owning radio stations to operating a full service advertising agency with in-house video, audio, and graphic production capabilities. Their teams of seasoned professionals have won many awards and have retained clients through third-generation business owners.  But in 2005, advertising started to change and what was causing it to change was new technologies, including the Internet, mp3 players, satellite radio, on-demand, DVR’s, smart phones and social media. Digital technology had changed the world, and nowhere was it more evident than in the advertising industry.

The days of the major television networks controlling what people see and when they see it were gone.  As the Internet and smart phones took over, consumers took control of where they get their news and entertainment.  By 2006, billboard was the media of choice for Aim Advertising because the consumer could not tune the message out. After watching clients see diminishing returns on their advertising investments, Aim had determined to find a completely new concept.

Aim could see this trend was not just in small markets; new ideas were popping up in big places, like Bank of America Stadium, Times Square Digitals and airports. Aim needed a “big stadium,” but did not have one. So, they did the next best thing. They looked for venues that had enough eyeballs to get a return on investment. Thus, the Digital Place-Based concept was born. The technology has continued to grow and along with it, so do the digital sign networks. Aim now has the largest digital sign network in the state of Pennsylvania reaching over 2.7 million shoppers per month, and Aim can sell advertising on the networks for pennies on the dollar compared to mass media.

The Weis TV Video Network, along with Aim’s tourist venue networks, were developed using research from a variety of sources over five years of experiments. In that period, Aim Digital Visions studied screen placement, content, software and hardware solutions.  Aim read and evaluated hundred of case histories on digital signage from around the world.  And in order to establish a metric in the past two years Aim has tested the return on investment of the Weis TV Video Network with a regional furniture store in central Pennsylvania.  Click here to see the results, or go to the research tab.

Digital signage (or Place-Based Advertising) is considered one of the fastest-growing segments of out-of-home advertising because it offers the ability to reach large audiences, cost effectively.  A digital signage network can also target well-defined audiences by virtue of location, and can be instantly updated and programmed to be relevant to the audience present at the location at any given time. Aim Digital Visions LLC has a contract to expand into Weis Markets grocery chain and at that point, the network will reach over 8 million shoppers per month.

If you are a forward-thinking entrepreneur and plan to deploy a digital signage network either for advertising, corporate communications, way finding or menu boards, Aim Digital Visions can provide you with the technology and service you need to deploy and manage the digital sign network so you can focus on your business.

The Weis TV Video Network has installed networks into auto dealerships, banks and credit unions, restaurants, tourism venues and supermarkets. Plus Aim can narrowcast trade show venues and has even installed a temporary live network in the Harrisburg Capitol Rotunda for the SBDC spring expedition.

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Watch a demonstration at the Lancaster Chamber Business Expo on YouTube

The Fleisher’s concept was to form a new media called Digital Out Of Home (DOOH Networks) with  a group of screens, using live rss feeds, with the ability to change content remotely and  at lightning speeds and control  the screens from anywhere in the world.

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Manufacturing Co-Op

Digital Signage is recognized as a major media qualifying for manufacture co-op.  Aim Digital Visions has received co-op monies from Volvo, VW, Kubota, Toro, Valspar, 7D Windows, and Quikrete to name a few.

What is DOOH: Digital Out-Of-Home Advertising?

Digital Out-Of-Home refers to dynamic media distributed across place-based networks in venues such as grocery stores, restaurants, and health clubs that have high traffic counts. DOOH media benefits location owners and advertisers alike in being able to engage customers and extend the reach and effectiveness of marketing messages. It is also referred to as Digital Signage.