Bell Mobility takes over top spot:
Media Monitors Feb. 16 – 22, 2009

The Islands of the Bahamas moves to the top of Montreal's ad spend rankings.

In Toronto, Bell Mobility moves up 20 spots to become the #1 radio advertiser for the week, while The Brick moves up two places to #2.

Hyundai drives up a couple of spots in the ranks to #3, but the Canadian International Auto Show is bumped from second place to #4. The National Home Show, on until Mar. 1, moves up 112 spots to #5, SellOffVacations.com holds on to #6 and the Government of Canada jumps 47 places to #7.

Mr. Lube remains at #8, Belairdirect drops a couple of places to #9 and Princess Margaret Hospital makes its debut on the ranks at #10.

Meanwhile in Montreal, tourism destination the Islands of the Bahamas ups its radio ad spend and moves up 55 places to #1. Brault and Matineau makes another careful ascent from third place to #2, while The Brick, ousted from the top spot, drops to #3.

AlarmForce holds steady at #4 for the third week in a row, and as tax season nears, return software UFile moves 17 spots to #5. Dormez-Vous bedding retailer moves up two spots in the ranks to #6, and pharmacy Jean Coutu moves up 11 places to #7.

Bell Mobility climbs seven spots to #8 and Le SuperClub Videotron debuts on the ad spend ranks at #9. The Government of Canada also moves up 15 spots to #10.

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To find out which other marketers boosted their radio buys, by category and brand this week in Montreal, visit: By category
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