A house billboard? Ah, ah, that’s not a real home, yet. But some homes could start looking like that.

Adzookie [a mobile advertising] start-up based in Anaheim, Calif., will paint its ads on at least 100 homes, keeping them in place for between three months to a year, after which the home will go back to a color of the owner’s choice. It’s possible other companies might be brought on as advertisers, he said.
Homeowners get their mortgages paid while the billboards remain in place.
(Via WSJ)

A house billboard? Ah, ah, that’s not a real home, yet. But some homes could start looking like that.

Adzookie [a mobile advertising] start-up based in Anaheim, Calif., will paint its ads on at least 100 homes, keeping them in place for between three months to a year, after which the home will go back to a color of the owner’s choice. It’s possible other companies might be brought on as advertisers, he said.

Homeowners get their mortgages paid while the billboards remain in place.

(Via WSJ)