Audemars Piguet’s ‘monopoly’ New Pattern On The Tarmac Of East 34th Street

Audemars Piguet, a Swiss high-end watch maker, has been working with Roaring Thunder Media private jet terminal advertising advanced suppliers to explore creative media projects. In the second year of the project, this tailor-made “monopoly project” made Audemars Piguet to be operated by Atlantic Aviation and located on New York’s most prosperous East 34th Street apron. The only brand that appears on your digital display.
    ‘As a company, we are always looking for brand positioning so that we can accurately find loyal customers of the brand,’ said Frederick Martel, then Audemars Piguet’s vice president of marketing. ‘We are pretty sure anyone who comes in and out of the East 34th Street apron is us Potential customers, so we’re very lucky-we still have such a great strategic position in the heart of New York. ”
East 34th Street aprons with Audemars Piguet signs and pictures
    Roaring Thunder Media’s ‘monopoly project’ tailored for Audemars Piguet includes five indoor static backlighting light boxes, an advanced digital display, outdoor architectural murals (pictures of Royal Oak Offshore 44mm watches), and in the terminal Built-in four Royal Oak wall clocks. The project also includes the brand image on five tarmac booths, including three ‘AP’ logos, a picture of a stainless steel royal oak ultra-thin tourbillon, and a picture of the rose gold royal oak 40th anniversary chronograph.
    The 34th Street Apron is just one of many examples of the brand’s connection to the aviation industry. Audemars Piguet has 36 Delta Air Lines terminals in the United States and the rest of the world, NetJets headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, and 72 Roaring Thunder Media service stations worldwide. Audemars Piguet is also the official timer for the Liberty National Golf Club and the Four Seasons Hotel in New Jersey. The brand’s Royal Oak clocks are also available at Loews Regency hotels throughout New York and The World hotels under Residensea.