LKDN Outdoor Digital Billboard Campaign
Living Kidney Donors Network
For Those Who Need a Kidney Transplant
LKDN and Blip Billboards
developed an outdoor digital billboard program that will increase awareness of your need for a kidney transplant. The following is a summary of the program:
- Using digital billboards is just one way to spread the word. To be successful at finding a living donor you need to pursue many different methods. For additional Kidney Kampaign ideas click here.
- Blip Billboards are inexpensive, there are no contracts to sign and designing your billboard is made simple.
- Your ad will direct responses to a landing page on the LKDN website that has your story and contact information.
- LKDN has developed a blip ad to educate the public about the critical need for living kidney donors. The LKDN ad will run concurrently where your ad is displayed. It will build additional awareness for your message and living kidney donation.
To see the billboards being used for the LKDN Outdoor Digital Billboard Campaign go to the LKDN home page: www.LKDN.org or click here
If you have questions after reading the information about the LKDN Outdoor Digital Billboard Campaign please email them to me by clicking here
Recent Articles of Interest
You can view an edited video, 15 minutes, of the workshop I lead in Santa Barbara, CA It is now available. Click here to see the video.
Excellent summary of 4 articles about deceased donation by Al Roth, who received the Nobel Prize for market design and matching theory, i.e. kidney paired exchanges. Click here to read these articles.
Disturbing report about China's organ transplant industry. Click here to read the story.
This article discusses conservative management instead of dialysis for older patients. Click here to read the article.
Medicare wants to change the way dialysis patients and those with ESRD receive medical care. To read the article click here.
Altruism isn't solving the organ shortage. Here's an overview of the different technologies that might. Click here to read the story.
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