Mormon Stories Launches Billboard Messaging Campaign

John Dehlin News 4 Comments

Urgent!  After being turned down by two billboard companies sympathetic to LDS church concerns, Mormon Stories Podcast was recently offered a prime billboard location spot along I-15 for 2 months (September 15 through October 15, 2018) at $5,800/month.  Thanks to donor generosity, $14,905 was raised and we signed the contract for two months.

Today, the billboard company has now offered to let us keep the billboard placement through December 2018 (after which it will be converted to a digital billboard).  This would require us to raise an additional $6,345.

If you would like to see the current Mormon Stories Podcast campaign continue all the way through Christmas and New Years Eve, please donate today.  They are needing a response soon.  Also, please know that 100% of your donations will go towards the billboard.

Thanks in advance!

John Dehlin

Mormon Stories Podcast

 

The objective of our messaging campaign is threefold. We hope the billboard informs viewers that our podcast is a resource for those seeking to expand their knowledge of Mormonism, drives traffic to our podcast content and website, and sends a message that alternate voices are essential within the Mormon experience.

You can help keep this campaign alive. We currently have raised enough money for one month of this campaign. With your help, we can:

  1. Keep this messaging campaign alive beyond this month.
  2. Increase the visibility of this campaign by securing increasingly better billboard locations.
  3. Expand this billboard campaign to other markets.

Please donate! 100% of your investment will go into keeping our billboard campaign alive. Thank you!

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Comments 4

  1. Great idea, great sign and design, and great YouTube video and music.

    It should be obvious and easy to find and see.

    So I just drove north on I-15 in Salt Lake City from 7200 So, to 2100 So. at about 1-p.m. but did NOT see the sign,

    Will drive it again.

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