Jack Lingo Realtor continues Carvertise partnership

August 20, 2021

Jack Lingo Realtor is partnering with rideshare advertising company Carvertise for the second year in a row.

The company recently relaunched three wrapped cars in Washington, D.C., and three in Philadelphia. This year, it has added some new members to the fleet, with three wrapped vehicles now driving locally around Rehoboth Beach. Both locals and visitors have been notifying the office regularly that they see these cars cruising on Route 1, around in-town Rehoboth Beach, and in many other locations. In addition to delivering food to local homeowners and guests, these vehicles provide riders with fun, safe transportation to the area’s many award-winning restaurants, boutique shops and other favorite destinations.

"Our company is thrilled to renew our partnership with Carvertise! As a locally owned real estate brokerage in southern Delaware, we take pride in utilizing the most creative and bold advertising techniques to reach both current and new markets. Carvertise has consistently delivered not only a terrific product but also excellent customer service, and we are eager to see the results of this year's campaign,” said Bill Lingo, broker of record. 

"Wrapping fleets of Uber and Lyft vehicles with Jack Lingo Realtor makes lots of sense given that it is mainly beach tourists using the rideshare service. From the feedback we have received, our drivers are proud to represent such a well-known brand in the beach area, and they get stopped and asked questions about it all the time. This marketing approach truly parallels Jack Lingo Realtor’s goal of becoming ingrained in the community,” said Mac Macleod, co-founder and CEO of Carvertise.

Jack Lingo Realtor team members are enthusiastic about the continuation of their Carvertise partnership and are sure that this year's campaign will be immensely successful. Their wrapped vehicles, which function as moving billboards, provide unique ways of advertising their sales and rental services both to the southern Delaware community and many other yet-untapped communities along the East Coast. When people see one of their wrapped cars on the road, they are encouraged to snap a photo and send it to

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