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Motorblade Postering
Keeping Austin Posted Since 1990!!

DEADLINE FOR SXSW EVENTS MARCH 4TH

We vow to keep Culture, Arts, & Music Promotions
alive with weird style and dependability

Motorblade is owned by RAworx Creative; Ricardo & Susan Acevedo.

We are available for quotes and consultation; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.-Mon-Fri.

  • We hang Flyers, Public Service Posters, Theatre Handbills, Zines & all things paper along a legal route of over 150 locations all over the greater Austin area.

  • Perfect for Bands, Bards, & Businesses, save time and frustration; Bonus, we recycle your outdated flyers!

PRICING

8.5 x 11 or 8.5 x 14 and smaller $.70 each
11 x 17 $1.30 each
Handbill Stacks $50 per 250 pieces
Zine Stacks Contact us for pricing
$25 Minimum on all orders Ask about our discount for Non-Profits!

BASIC DISTRIBUTION INFO

  • For best results, promotions should start at a minimum two weeks prior to the event date. The longer the lead time the better.
  • Contact us at least three days prior to drop-off. (see locations below)
  • Distribution begins the first Monday after materials are received.
  • 20+ locations each distribution day, locations updated as they come in.

HOW DO I START?

Step One

  1. Get a quote by phone, 512.577.0258 or email, motorblade@raworxtx.com
  2. Let us know if you are printing the materials yourself or will be using one of the print shops listed below.

Need a poster or PR materials for your event? RAworx Creative can help! Contact Ricardo directly at raworxtx@gmail.com. Samples of his design work at https://www.pinterest.com/raworxtx/raworx-promotional-posters/ or https://raworxcreative.tumblr.com

Step Two

  1. To drop off printed materials, go to;

    For Downtown & South Austin
    Minuteman Press
    1221 West 6th St, Suite B
    Austin 78703

    For Central Austin
    Affordable Sound
    1029 Reinli St Suite #3
    Austin, TX 78723

    For North Central & North Austin
    Mike’s Print Shop
    6448 Hwy 290 East, Suite A-112
    Austin 78723

    - OR -
  2. Upload file online to Minuteman Press, Affordable Sound, or Mike’s Print Shop for them to print.

Note: Please have MOTORBLADE in the subject of email/file transfer, or tell the counter person for proper processing. If you need a receipt, please include your email.

Step Three

Pay the shop for your printing as needed, then either:

  1. Make a credit card payment through PayPal or Venmo (see QR code).

    - OR -

  2. Leave payment for Motorblade at the print shop with check, money order or cash in a sealed envelope. Request a receipt by email if needed.

PAY WITH PAYPAL OR VENMO

QR code Paypal

QR code Venmo

Where does Motorblade go?

Motorblade has a policy to not disclose their location list. However, you may ask about a specific location to find out whether it is included. All of the locations are legal and approved by owners.

Route goes to Slaughter (South), Oltorf (South East), Springdale (East), Rundberg (Northeast), Round Rock (North), Lakeway/Cedar Park and Pecan Springs (Northwest).

This includes cafes, coffee shops, clothing and specialty shops, music stores, the University area, and some hotels/motels, auto shops, and salons.

Businesses: Do you need a bulletin board? Contact us and we can make it happen!

Who are some of your past clients?

Clients have ranged from: SXSW, The Mohawk, Cheer Up Charlies, C3 Events, The Long Center, Stubbs, Austin Reggae Fest, Flamingo Cantina, Austin FC, UT Performing Arts Center, EMO’s, The Continental Club, Paramount Theater, Yoga Yoga, ACC, City of Austin, The Mama Jama Ride, Safe Place Austin… and many, many more!

Plain Talk

Bulletin boards are a community-based form of advertising. There are no absolute guarantees. We try not to cover or remove other flyers. There will always be glitches. Understand that all posters will be posted as promised, not always at the particular locations you want due to space constraints, etc., but we will do our damndest to make it happen! Please contact us about any concerns.

Motorblade Postering was founded by the ever vivacious Fritz Blaw in 1989!