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Independent Operators Panel | Navigating COVID-19 & Beyond

Brooklyn Outdoor is honored to have been part of Geopath‘s Independent Operators panel about navigating #outofhome during COVID-19 and beyond. Featuring: Candice Simons of Brooklyn Outdoor, Jeannine Dodson of Adams Outdoor Advertising, Lee Houghton of YESCO Outdoor Media, and Scott Fiaschetti, MBA of Geopath. During the session, the panel provided insights into changes they expect to face, strategies on how they are reengaging
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22 Best Detroit Advertising Agencies | Brooklyn Outdoor

Brooklyn Outdoor is honored to be one of the “22 Best Detroit Advertising Agencies according to Expertise! The site identifies top service professionals in a variety of different industries. Expertise scored 149 of the best advertising agencies in Detroit and chose the top 22. Brooklyn Outdoor is so grateful to be recognized among these great
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BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT USES OOH TO FIGHT INEQUALITY

As the Black Lives Matter movement intensifies after the wrongful death of George Floyd, equal rights activists turn to the power of OOH to reach the masses. Here are a few of the most powerful #blacklivesmatter billboards we’ve seen. Change.org, the online platform known for petitions for change utilizes Digital Smart Taxi Tops to reach
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Close-to-Home is the New OOH: Hyper-local

Traffic is down across all major US markets, and consumers are spending the majority of their time (safely) in their homes. This means that OOH advertising is rising to meet the new norm through hyper-local targeting. While data shows that commuter traffic along major highways has decreased, traffic in local neighborhoods and some essential businesses have
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Inside Looking Out: Women Industry Leaders Take an In-Depth Look at OOH’s New Norm

Brooklyn Outdoor has had the amazing opportunity to take part in the Geopath/OAAA  GO2020 Out Of Home Virtual Conference (GO2020OOH). For the conference, we have assembled a group of industry-leading women to discuss OOH’s new “normal” during and post COVID-19. Being women in a typically male-dominated industry, these leaders have insight on what is necessary to rise in
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Brooklyn Outdoor Partners Installs 59 Bus Shelters

Detroit-based outdoor advertising firm, Brooklyn Outdoor, partners with the city to increase safety and revenue through bus shelter advertising. Brooklyn Outdoor, Detroit-based outdoor advertising firm, is proud to announce a new partnership with the City of Detroit and DDOT on the installation of 59 new bus shelters over the next six months. These solar-powered shelters
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Behind the Billboard: Meet Emily Nelson at Brooklyn Outdoor

Thank you to our valued partners AdQuick for this for this well-done piece featuring our VP of Sales & Operations, Emily Nelson. AdQuick: Why is now the time for advertisers to invest in OOH? Emily: As with the rest of the world, this pandemic has certainly caused us in the industry to reflect on how
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OOH Specialists: Working From Home During COVID-19

Brooklyn Outdoor OOH Specialists give tips for working from home during Covid-19. Our team is lucky enough to work from home for half of the work-week all year-round. Nonetheless, COVID-19 has shaken up our daily work flow. and We have had to find new ways to stay focused and show up as our best selves
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Providing An Access to Unique Outdoor Inventory

We participated in an interview with Insights Success about her journey into advertising Brooklyn Outdoor’s unique role in the outdoor advertising industry. You can read the full interview below, or you can click here to read the interview on Insights Success’s website. Often, entrepreneurs get started on their path when they realize the opportunities in
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Bringing Artisanal Craftsmanship to OOH

Candice was featured on Aspioneer as part of their Revolutionary CEOS 2019. Click here to read the full article on Aspioneer’s site. After ten years working in OOH industry in Chicago, Candice Simons was ready for change and ready to move home (she’s a Michigan native). The impetus being a gap in outdoor advertising that sparked her
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