Blue Line Media Review

I contacted Blue Line Medis and spoke to Danny Pouladian about running some interior bus ads in Jacksonville, FL. First they make it out like they are the direct point of contact for this advertising. Secondly he drastically over inflated the exposure numbers stating a minimum of 500 people per day per bus when the correct exposure is 197 people per bus. | Secondly the ads that paid for at a cost of over $7200.00 were printed on paper that is not correct for interior bus ads (this is per the installing company, the company that actually has the contract with JTA to advertise.) The installed company refused to install at first but after Blue Line Media gave them a story of having no money in the budget to correct their mistake ( although the deal had $3200 profit) the installed company installed the ads. | However the ad was a 2 part ad and Blue Line Media did not send instruction for the install so the ad was installed incorrectly. When I reached out to Blue Line Media instead of appologizing they tried to explain how they were not in the wrong. The ad was installed with no phone number. | How are people suppose to respond with no phone number? Kuckily I was able to get in touch with the install company who has worked with me to get everything corrected. I would not suggest doing any business with Blue Line Media.

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Name: Blue Line Media

Country: United States

State: Alabama

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Phone: 1-202-630-8420

Website: www.bluelinemedia.com

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