Digital media advertising company Amscreen is providing two weeks of free space on its 5,000 outdoor screens for a national anti-bullying for autism campaign, it has been reported. The campaign aims to the change the laws surrounding the protection of autistic people who are victims of bullying.
The billboard was designed by Lance Burkitt and Dylan Moore and should reach 20 million people per week.
Amscreen CEO Simon Sugar said: “By screening the anti-bullying messaging across our healthcare and forecourt networks across the UK for two weeks, we’re providing £150,000 of advertising, which we hope will significantly raise awareness of the campaign.”
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