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Fueling debit card sales with at-the-pump videos.

Many debit cardholders continue to use cash for small purchases, like those made at gas station stores. Bank of America wanted to drive conversion of these purchases to debit cards and what better way to promote their message than by reaching captive customers pumping gas?

Media Logic worked with Bank of America and Visa to develop a short video that ran at gas pump terminals in the Los Angeles and San Diego markets. Catchy and playful, the video caught cardholders’ attention while promoting the benefits of using a card over cash.

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