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SSA OUTDOOR PRESENTATION

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Shows where Goodwill Communications placed SSA outdoor billboards in venues across the U.S.

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SSA OUTDOOR PRESENTATION

  1. 1. Outdoor Billboards ■ Outdoor billboard posters placed: 1,372 ■ 27 markets in 19 states ■ Estimated value: $1,388,282 ■ Gross Impressions: 305 million
  2. 2. Atlanta, GA • The most populous city in the state with 5,457,831 people in the metro area • It is the ninth largest Metro area in the U.S. • Contains the country’s third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies • 3 Outdoor Billboards
  3. 3. Atlanta, GA Location: Across from Turner Stadium
  4. 4. Atlanta, GA Location to come:
  5. 5. Atlanta, GA Location to come
  6. 6. Allentown, PA • Pennsylvania's third most populous city, • Total population of 118,032 and the fastest growing city in the state • The largest city in the metropolitan area known as the Lehigh Valley, which had a population of 821,623 • 2 outdoor billboard posters
  7. 7. Allentown, PA I-476-North Exit 44
  8. 8. Allentown, PA Turnpike board mile marker 49.8
  9. 9. Allentown, PA
  10. 10. Baltimore, MD Metro Area • The largest city in the state; the 26th largest city in the U.S. • The Baltimore Metro Area has 2.7 million residents - the 20th largest in the country • When combined with Washington a metropolitan area of approximately 8.4 million residents • 39 SSA outdoor billboards
  11. 11. Baltimore, MD Timonium Road cross street is Green Spring
  12. 12. Baltimore, MD
  13. 13. Baltimore, MD
  14. 14. Baltimore, MD
  15. 15. Baltimore, MD
  16. 16. Baltimore, MD
  17. 17.  Tenth largest city in the U.S.  Population: 4.5 million (metro area)  40 outdoor billboard posters Boston
  18. 18. Boston, MA
  19. 19. Boston, MA
  20. 20. Brunswick, GA • A major seaport city in southeast Georgia • Metro population of 101,792 • Twelfth largest city in the state of Georgia • 10 outdoor billboard posters
  21. 21. Brunswick, GA Highway 63 & Old Highway 90
  22. 22. Brunswick, GA Telephone Road at 14th Street
  23. 23. Brunswick, GA NS Central Ave. & 110TH Fed Expressway
  24. 24. Brunswick, GA Cowan-Lorraine Rd. N. U.S. 90
  25. 25. Brunswick, GA Altama & South Stafford Street
  26. 26. Brunswick, GA GA 40 East 50F East of Julia
  27. 27. Brunswick, GA East Norwich Street, South of K Street
  28. 28. Brunswick, GA Fourth & East Norwich Street
  29. 29. Brunswick, GA South US 341 & South Burgess Road
  30. 30. Brunswick, GA North U.S. 82 & West Colonel Drive
  31. 31. Buffalo, NY • The second most populous city in the state of New York • Located in Western NY on the shores of Lake Erie • The principal city of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metropolitan area, with a combined population of 1,215,826 • Three outdoor billboard posters
  32. 32. Buffalo, NY Route 400 East of Union Road
  33. 33. Buffalo, NY I-90 @ Seneca Street Entrance Ramp
  34. 34. Buffalo, NY 932 Fuhrmann Blvd. North of Ohio Street
  35. 35. Duncansville, PA • A borough in Blair County, PA. • Part of the Altoona, PA Metro Statistical Area • Metro Area population 1,233
  36. 36. Duncansville, PA
  37. 37. Greensburg, IN and Madison, IN • Located in SE Indiana • Madison is one of the primary cultural, economic, and population centers which is part of another larger urban area known as the Indiana golden triangle with a population of 4,500,000. • 4 outdoor billboard posters
  38. 38. Greensburg, IN and Madison, IN Corner of service road 7 & U.S. 62
  39. 39. Greensburg, IN and Madison, IN Heading towards Hanover and SR 56
  40. 40. Greensburg, IN and Madison, IN Highway I-74 the Greensburg exit
  41. 41. Gulfport, MS • The second largest city in Mississippi after the state capital Jackson • Has a total population of 69,220 • Home to the US Navy Atlantic Fleet Seabees • 4 SSA outdoor billboards
  42. 42. Gulfport, MS Highway 63 North Old Route 90
  43. 43. Gulfport, MS Telephone Road at 14th Street
  44. 44. Gulfport, MS Central Ave East of I-110
  45. 45. Gulfport, MS Cowan -Lorraine Rd. Nor of U.S. 90
  46. 46. Jacksonville, FL • The state capitol • Metro population is 828,000 • Geographically largest city in the U.S. with over 840 square miles • 4 outdoor billboard posters
  47. 47. Jacksonville, FL Normandy Blvd West of 1-295 Norwood Ave South of Fernway Street Haines Street North of 11th Street I-10 East of I-295
  48. 48. Knoxville, TN • The Knoxville metro area is the third largest in TN with a population of 1,091,370, making it the 50th largest metro area in the U.S. • 2 outdoor billboard posters
  49. 49. Knoxville, TN US 411 North
  50. 50. Knoxville, TN Highway 11 @ West Wilson Street
  51. 51. LaCrosse, WI • La Crosse attracts one million visitors annually • Metro population is 160,461 • Mississippi, La Crosse and Black Rivers join here • 2 outdoor posters
  52. 52. LaCrosse, WI Radcliffe and West of I 94
  53. 53. LaCrosse, WI George St. South of Clinton St.
  54. 54. Milwaukee, WI • The largest city in the state and 30th most populous city in the U.S. • It is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan • It has a population of 594,833 in the city and 1.5 million in the Statistical Metropolitan Area • 2 SSA billboard posters
  55. 55. Milwaukee, WI Suburban Milwaukee* *More specific information to come
  56. 56. Milwaukee, WI Suburban Milwaukee* *More specific information to come
  57. 57. Minneapolis-St. Paul • The “Twin Cities" Megalopolis has 3.5 million people, the 16th largest metro area in the U.S. • The primary business center between Chicago and Seattle, Minneapolis contains America's fifth-highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies. • 2 SSA billboard posters
  58. 58. Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN Location: Upper Minneapolis* *More specific information to come
  59. 59. Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN Northeast Minneapolis* *More specific information to come
  60. 60. Philadelphia, PA • The largest city in the state, the second largest city on the East Coast • The fifth-most-populous city in the country, with over 6 million people • Several Fortune 500 companies are located here, including Comcast, iColonial Penn, CIGNA and Lincoln Financial Group, Sunoco, Wyeth, GlaxoSmithKline and Boeing Rotorcraft • 1 outdoor billboard poster
  61. 61. Philadelphia, PA Business Route 1, North of Route 13
  62. 62. • The seat of Allegheny County with a population of 306,211, the second-largest city in the state • A metropolitan population of 2,661,369 - the largest in the Ohio Valley and 20th largest in the U.S. • Known as "the Steel City," it has 29 skyscrapers, at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers • 5 SSA billboard posters Pittsburgh, PA
  63. 63. Pittsburgh, PA I-79 North of Bridgeville
  64. 64. Pittsburgh, PA Route 885 South of Glass Run Rd; West Liberty Avenue
  65. 65. Pittsburgh, PA I-76 East of Exit 67
  66. 66. Pittsburgh, PA Route 51 South of Elliot Road
  67. 67. Raleigh-Durham, NC • Raleigh is the capital and second largest city in the state, as well as the seat of Wake County. • The city's population is 423,179, the 42nd most populous city in the U.S. and one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. • Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill make up the three primary cities of the Research Triangle where three major research universities (North Carolina State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina are located. • 5 outdoor billboard posters
  68. 68. Raleigh-Durham, NC I-440 East of Hammond Rd.
  69. 69. Raleigh-Durham, NC US 264 East Bypass at Jones Park Road
  70. 70. Raleigh-Durham, NC NC 58 - 3 Miles South of US 70
  71. 71. Raleigh-Durham, NC US 70 Bypass at New Bern Road
  72. 72. Raleigh-Durham, NC US 421 North South of East Street
  73. 73. Raleigh-Durham, NC Location: US 301 North of Highway 421
  74. 74. Richmond, VA • The capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, with a city population of 208,834; metro area population of 1.3 million • Located on the James River, 44 miles west of Williamsburg, and 98 miles south of Washington, D.C. • 1 SSA billboard poster
  75. 75. Richmond, VA National Road West
  76. 76. Seattle, WA • A coastal seaport city and the seat of King County with an estimated 634,535 residents, the largest city in the Pacific Northwest, and one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. • The metropolitan area of 4 million is the 15th largest in the nation. • A major gateway for trade with Asia, and the 8th largest port in the U.S. • 13 SSA billboard posters
  77. 77. Seattle, WA Broadway North of 19TH Street Evergreen North of 52ND Street Bothell West of 91St. Ave. 15th Ave. & W. Garfield St.
  78. 78. Seattle, WA Smokey Blvd & South of 150th Street Madison Street East of 19th Ave. Aurora Ave. & 145th Street 15th Ave. & NW 65TH Street Broadway North of 19TH Street
  79. 79. Seattle, WA NE 124th Street & Willows Road Ranier Ave South of Garden Street State Ave, South of 100TH Street Aurora Ave. & 103rd Street Denny East of Taylor.
  80. 80. Springfield, MA • A city in Western New England, and the county seat • The third-largest city in MA; the fourth-largest in New England • The city's population is 153,060, with a metro population of 700,000 • 10 SSA billboard posters
  81. 81. Springfield, MA Fairfield Ave. Opposite Grasmere; Fairfield Opposite Whittier; US 1 & Dover Street; Route 301 @ Codfish Hill Rd.; Buckingham Street & Hudson St.
  82. 82. Springfield, MA Park Ave. & Olive Street; Access Rd & Sperry Ave. 2121 Main Street & Capen St.; Route 20 & S. Dewey St.; Route 5 Route I-91 Exit 18
  83. 83. Tampa Bay, FL • The largest city in Hillsborough County, and the third largest city in Florida with a population of 346,037. • Tampa's economy is founded on a diverse base that includes tourism, agriculture, construction, finance, health care, government, technology, and the port of Tampa. • 5 SSA outdoor billboards
  84. 84. Tampa Bay, FL Seminole Blvd and 114th Ave.
  85. 85. Tampa Bay, FL Haines Rd. and 51st Ave.
  86. 86. Tampa Bay, FL U.S. 19 and South Klosterman
  87. 87. Tampa Bay, FL SR 54 and E. U.S. 19th
  88. 88. Tampa Bay, FL Martin Luther King and E. 50th St.
  89. 89. Toledo, OH • The fourth most populous city in the state • It is the county seat of Lucas County on the western end • of Lake Erie • the population of the city is 287,208, while the metro • population is 651,429
  90. 90. Toledo, OH Broadway North & I-75

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