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OAAA Elects New Officers: A Few Who Make a Big Difference

Washington , June 8, 2003 - The membership of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) convened at the OAAA Biennial Membership Meeting to elect new officers for the 2003–2005 term.

 

 

Kevin Gleason, President and CEO of Adams Outdoor Advertising based in Atlanta, GA , was elected to serve a second two-year term as Chairman of the OAAA. This is only the second time in the association’s 112-year history that a chairman has been elected to serve two terms.

 

 

According to the association’s President and CEO Nancy Fletcher, “The outdoor industry is extremely fortunate to have such a strong elected leadership team at the helm to serve and advance the needs of outdoor media companies, advertisers and the general public.”

 

 

In addition to Gleason, the following OAAA officers were elected:

 

 

Secretary: William Reagan, Sr., CEO of Reagan National Advertising based in Salt Lake City, UT.

 

Treasurer: Tom Norton, Chairman & CEO of Norton Outdoor Advertising in Cincinnati, OH .

 

Ex-Officio Chairman: Kevin Reilly, Jr., President & CEO of Lamar Advertising Company based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana .

 

Vice Chairman, Communications: Paul Meyer, President & CEO of Clear Channel Outdoor based in Phoenix, AZ.

 

Vice Chairman, Legislative: Randy Romig, Vice President of Real Estate for Adams Outdoor Advertising based in Atlanta, GA.

 

Vice Chairman, Marketing: Rocky Sisson, Vice President of Marketing for Clear Channel Outdoor based in Phoenix, AZ.

 

Vice Chairman, Membership: Charlie Miller, President of Burkhart Advertising based in South Bend, IN.

 

Vice Chairman, Standards, Safety & Technology: Mark Moyer, President of Fairway Outdoor Advertising based in Augusta, GA.

 

Vice Chairman, Way & Means: Wally Kelly, Chairman & CEO of Viacom Outdoor Group based in Phoenix, AZ.

 

 

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