‘DMV anywhere. ‘Yes, anywhere’ campaign highlights online services, 52 kiosks – Greeley Tribune
A new marketing campaign from the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles focuses on convenient ways to access services without going to an in-person office.
The “DMV Anywhere.” Yes, Anywhere” campaign highlights all the ways Coloradans can access DMV services, including online services and MV Express kiosks, according to a press release from the Colorado Department of Revenue.
The DMV campaign uses humorous content through memorable images to show that no matter where someone is, they can use DMV services in many ways, according to executive director Mark Ferrandino.
“In the environment we live in today, it is more important than ever to have the convenience and comfort of renewing licenses or plates, registering or renewing your vehicle registration, changing your address and much more,” Ferrandino said in the statement.
DMV senior manager Mike Dixon agreed with Ferrandino, adding that the campaign was focused on customer service.
“We want to highlight all the ways Coloradans can DMV,” Dixon said in the statement. “Whether you prefer to shop online or on the go, the DMV offers plenty of ways to save you time and hassle, and get you back to doing the things you love best.”
In addition to online platforms, Colorado has 52 DMV MV Express kiosks for those who want to renew vehicle registrations, request duplicate registration, replace tabs or check title status on the go, according to the communicated. An average kiosk transaction takes less than two minutes.
Kiosks are located statewide and can be found online by going to comvexpress.com/kiosks.
The “DMV Anywhere.” The Yes, Anywhere campaign will run until June on platforms including TV, outdoor and other online and social media platforms. Colorado residents can look for contests, surveys, events and other opportunities to get involved and win prizes.
For more information, go to DMV.Colorado.gov/Anywhere.