10 Foot Wave, the nation's largest provider of automotive Digital Signage, has reached an agreement with Front Range ADI Marketing Group to provide Digital Menu Boards and Waiting Room TVs to 60+ Grease Monkey locations.
"We've been working with Grease Monkey International since 2015 and are pleased with the growth of the program," said Glen Clements, 10 Foot Wave's SVP of Sales. "As more franchisors become educated to the benefits of our service, they understand how these programs provide value to their business, and more importantly their customers."
Waiting Room TV provides a family-friendly library of popular entertainment content, while allowing Grease Monkey to integrate educational service content, promotions, social media, local weather, and more.
Digital Menu Boards engage customers at the point of sale with pricing and information about the services Grease Monkey offers.
"We were looking to upgrade our Digital Signage and 10 Foot Wave stood out," said Randy Haifley, Vice President of D&A, Inc, which operates seven Grease Monkey locations. "We want to communicate a clear brand message across all stores, while allowing individual locations to speak to what's relevant for them. 10 Foot Wave has the tools and features to make that happen."
With the addition of Front Range's 60+ stores, 10 Foot Wave is now in over 100 Grease Monkey locations.
To learn more about 10 Foot Wave's automotive Digital Signage, visit 10footwave.com/automotive.
About Grease Monkey
Grease Monkey International is the nation's largest independent franchisor of automotive fast lube centers serving more than 2 million customers each year. Founded in 1978, the Grease Monkey® brand currently has over 300 centers operating in the United States and Latin America. The Grease Monkey® brand is not owned by a major oil company. Being independent means their focus remains on helping customers properly maintain their car or truck, instead of selling them a particular brand of oil.
About 10 Foot Wave
Founded in 2007, 10 Foot Wave creates, deploys, and controls custom Digital Signage media networks. They power over 12,000 screens across Fortune 500 companies, colleges, universities, sports venues, and independently owned and operated businesses. For more information, visit www.10footwave.com.