QMS wins tender to manage Vicinity Centres' digital billboards

By AdNews | 12 June 2024
The Glen shopping centre.

QMS has won the competitive tender to manage select external digital large format billboards for retail property group Vicinity Centres in Victoria and Tasmania.

The appointment covers two premium shopping centre locations in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs – Box Hill Central and The Glen – as well as Eastlands shopping centre in Hobart’s Rosny Park, which will be home to QMS’ first digital billboard in Tasmania.

QMS chief operating officer, Sara Lappage, said the out-of-home company is delighted to be working with Vicinity Centres to develop and manage these premium digital assets and provide a platform for continued innovation and creativity for its clients.

“Vicinity Centres include some of Australia’s most coveted retail sites and are a perfect complement to our market-leading national digital large format portfolio and our world-class, City of Sydney digital street furniture network," she said.

QMS’ new partnership with Vicinity Centres follows its recent digital expansion in New South Wales where it has been awarded the Transport for NSW contract as well as the Australian Turf Club, The Hills Shire Council and the Australian Rail Track Corporation billboard contracts.

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