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Athletes to Fans: ‘Thank You’ via Billboards

Nicole Randall | March 18th, 2019

Just introduced as an Oakland Raider, former Steeler wide receiver Antonio Brown has parting words for fans in Pittsburgh: “Thank you.” Brown’s good-bye gesture – after nine seasons and 74 touchdowns in Pittsburgh – is the

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Tourism Ads Target Depending on the Weather

Ken Klein | February 11th, 2019

On February 3 a chilly headline in London’s the Evening Standard read:     The next day, images of smiling, swim-suited paddle boarders in sunny Florida appeared on a network of 68 digital billboards in London,

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GEICO Demonstrates Power of OOH in TV Ads

Nicole Randall | January 14th, 2019

If you’ve been watching network TV lately, you’ve likely seen some of your favorite GEICO commercials from years past. The insurance company, known for their hilarious TV ads, is asking fans to vote for The Best

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2018 Annual Report: Get Big, Get Bold, Get Out of Home

Nancy Fletcher | January 8th, 2019

OAAA Members, Colleagues, and Friends: With broad industry support, OAAA’s 2018 promotional campaign displayed the wisdom of ad legend Stan Richards (peer to Disney, Rockwell, and Warhol in the Art Directors’ Hall of Fame): Out of

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50-Year Milestones: What is Means to the OOH Industry

Nancy Fletcher | December 3rd, 2018

Another out of home (OOH) startup celebrates a major milestone this week. On December 6, FORMETCO marks its 50th year; I’ll be in Georgia at the company’s anniversary celebration, applauding with 400 others. FORMETCO’s milestone –

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OOH Collaboration Yields Big Results

Nancy Fletcher | November 5th, 2018

In our medium, collaboration is as real as our ads, omni-present with impressive results. When the industry convened in Austin last May, OAAA urged more collaboration as a building block for continued growth and relevance. Since

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