The American Conservatives is back with another round of ads.
This time they’re going to be targeting the top advertisers in Denver, Colorado, including PepsiCo and Bud Light.
The new ad campaign is called “The End of Advertising” and it will run from January 4 through January 12.
The ad campaign has the help of local advertising agencies and is meant to show how the Denver advertising industry is dying.
The campaign is a reaction to the fact that Denver is now considered one of the hottest markets in the nation, but the Denver Advertising Bureau says it doesn’t care what the market is called.
“We just want you to know that Denver advertising is a dying industry and we’re going after your biggest target,” the ad agency says.
Here’s what you need to know:The Denver Advertising Board, a nonprofit that represents advertising agencies in the city, says Denver has lost over half of its ad dollars in the past decade.
Denver is home to about a dozen advertising agencies that make about $2.5 billion a year.
But as the city has become more competitive, advertising agencies are losing clients and that’s leading to a decline in the revenue for the agencies.
The Denver-based Advertising Bureau has been warning the city for years that advertising was dying and it has been paying attention.
“The reality is advertising is not a dying business,” said advertising board president Dave O’Brien.
“Denver is a growing and vibrant economy and it’s important that the people of Denver recognize that.”
The new ads will target PepsiCo, Bud Light, Budweiser, the Denver Broncos, the National Basketball Association, and many other companies that are in the Denver market.
“It’s time to bring the Denver area back to the ad industry,” O’Briens ads will say.
“Denver is losing advertisers, not just advertisers,” said Denver advertising commissioner Mary Lou Hochberg.
“I’m not going to talk about any specific brands.
We’re not talking about Bud Light or PepsiCo.
It’s really not relevant to us at this point.”
Denver has a reputation as a great advertising market.
The Denver advertising bureau estimates that in 2016, there were 2.8 million ads placed across the city.
But the Denver-area market is shrinking rapidly.
The bureau says the city lost more than $2 billion in advertising revenue last year.
“The advertising industry in Denver is at a crossroads,” Hochbegers ads say.
“Its time to pull together, and start paying for the future with advertising.
You can be an advertiser and have a great day or you can go the advertising route and not have any advertising revenue.
We want you all to know the future is here.
We are here to help you.”
The ads will run throughout the week and the ads will be used in print and digital advertising.
The ads will also be used to promote the upcoming Denver Cannabis Festival, which will take place on January 11-13.