Arizona Lottery | Company Profile, Marketing Contacts, Media Spend, Brands
The Arizona Lottery is a state owned lottery organization founded in 1980. The website provides winning numbers, news on past winners, and information on how to claim winnings on the Arizona lottery.
|Main Telephone||(480) 921-4400|
|Main Fax||(480) 921-4530|
Arizona Lottery ContactsContacts (5/7)
|Nikki O.||Specialist, Communications & Public Information Officer||AZ|
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|Raynie H.||Director, Sales||AZ|
|Chris R.||Director, Marketing & Products||AZ|
|Gregg E.||Executive Director||AZ|
|Stacey H.||Supervisor, District Sales||AZ|
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TV, Digital Opps: Arizona Lottery launching ad campaign after appointing new AOR
Subject: TV, digital, video, mobile, outdoor
Opportunity: Planning should be underway for new fall/winter and soon spring campaigns, after Phoenix-based Owens Harkey Advertising won the account in the spring. Focus your pitch on local TV and digital advertising, two areas where Arizona Lottery is expected to invest more budget.
Outdoor has been one of the Lottery's top channels, but it looks like some of those dollars are being reallocated to display. Arizona Lottery's display presence is still relatively small, but Moat data shows a big spike in activity since the end of May.
Media Spend: Arizona Lottery spent almost $5 million on measured media last year, down 10% from $5.6 million in 2014, according to Kantar Media. About $2 million went to spot TV and almost $3 million went to outdoor.
Digital Breakdown: During the past 12 months, 18 banners and 14 high impact ads have run on almost 50 publishers (2% mobile), 60% of which were placed site direct versus programmatically. Three video ran mostly site direct on five publishers, led by hulu.com, dramafever.com, sharetv.com and anime-planet.com. Moat reports.
Desktop has mostly targeted sports, entertainment and news sites, led by nba.com, phoenixnewtimes.com, nhl.com, azcentral.com and arizonasports.com.
4740 East University Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Director, Products & Marketing