Europe’s largest out-of-home advertising company, Exterion Media, welcomed guests to explore all spaces at London Transport Museum ahead of the public opening of their annual ‘Upfronts’ breakfast event.
Set in the original flower market of Covent Garden, the Museum Galleries house a historic collection of transport icons including the world recognisable red Routemaster – making it a natural choice for the largest supplier of bus side advertising in the UK.
A hearty Benugo breakfast was served in the heart of the Galleries before speeches were made from the back of a 1910 West Ham tram.
As the number one media owner in the UK’s transport sector, Exterion’s ‘The Power of Movement’ theme was complimented perfectly by the exciting new ‘Future Engineers’ gallery, which features an Elizabeth line driving simulator.
Once open, Exterion Media whisked guests through Crossrail’s ‘Secret Life of a Megaproject’ exhibition and down into the Cubic Theatre for presentations in the recently refurbished Cubic Theatre.
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