Where does Motorblade post flyers?
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 on our list. All of the locations are legal and approved by owners.
In general the route extends to Southpark Meadows Amy's(south), South Oat Willies(south east), Canopy Arts (east), Planet K@ Rundberg (northeast), Rudy's BBQ in Round Rock (north), Lakeway Amy's (west) and Juiceland Pecan Springs (northwest). The list includes cafes, coffee shops, clothes and specialty shops, record and music stores and the University areas as well as some hotels/motels, lube/car shops, salons and student locations and the Austin Visitors Center.
Where do I drop off my flyers for Motorblade to deliver?
Downtown & South Austin
Minuteman Press 1221 West 6th St
(M-F 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)
North Central & North Austin
Mike’s Print Shop 6448 Hwy 290 East
(Outdoor Dropbox 24/7)
Please call Ricardo at 512.577.0258 between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org after you have done so.
What else do I include in the drop off?
Remember to include a packing list (# of items, phone number, quoted price). If you need a receipt/invoice include email. We accept credit card payments through PayPal. Please call Ricardo at 512.577.0258 for details.
Who are some of your past clients?
Clients have included: SXSW Music Fest, Margin Walker Presents, The Mohawk, Cheer Up Charlies, C3 Events, The Long Center, Stubbs, Liberty Lunch, Austin Reggae Fest, Flamingo Cantina, Martial Way Academy, UT Performing Arts Center, EMO’s, The Continental Club Paramount Theater, GYoga Yoga, etc....
Do you offer any discounts or special rates?
Benefits can apply for Pro-Bono or Pay-What-You-Can status. Call for details.
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. You must do that "trust thang" and understand that all posters will be posted as promised, not always at the particular locations you want due to space constraints, but we will do a damndest to make that happen! You can email us concerning "glitches" and other concerns.
And now a word from our founder Fritz Blaw
I moved to Austin in '77. I graduated with an UT Education degree. In '89 I bought Rollerblades and began skating/motorcycling posters to legal spots in Austin for dance & theatre shows I was in GRATIS. My reputation grew and people began hiring me to "poster" for their events. I called it Motorblade Postering Service to represent my two methods of transport. I got married, left Pease Elementary Afterschool, and started Motorblade SK8 Skool to support my new family. After 30 years (15 years as mascot for TXRD Rollergirls ) Corona hit and I sold my poster business to the Acevedo family. I now live in Philly and will teach kids in afterschool/summer programs again. Take care of Austin for me, love and weirdness, Fritz.