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March 17, 2015 - Billboards asking for tips in Franklin double homicide case
Police want to keep the community involved in the case and that’s why they’re putting up big reminders.  Three billboards along I-65 show a phone number and pictures of both Chynna and Blake. The electronic message is only up for a few seconds every minute or so, but that could be long enough for a driver to see it and call in a tip.

March 16, 2015 - Billboard Campaign Aimed At Combating Human Trafficking
Indiana is joining 15 other states in a billboard campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking. 

February 12, 2015 - The Can't-Miss Billboards In These Cities Have An Important Announcement: Smile
Across the country, billboards where you might expect to see a product being advertised are instead promoting one important announcement: Be happy.

February 02, 2015 - A Campaign to Inspire the Best in All of Us
The Foundation for a Better Life, a nonprofit focused on creating public service campaigns to communicate the kinds of values that can make differences in our communities, has been giving the public little reminders since 2001, when it started the billboard campaign Pass It On, in collaboration with the Outdoor Advertising Association of America, across the nation in most public spaces.

March 27, 2013 - Harris County use billboards to search for serial rapist
Harris County Sheriff’s Office unveiled a new billboard near 59 and FM 1960, in hopes that it will lead them to an accused serial rapist.

March 25, 2013 - Billboards may help nab rapists
Authorities are taking to a billboard on U.S. 59 to catch suspects in seven sexual assaults on women in the last 18 months in north Harris County.

March 07, 2013 - Reward is up to $100,000 in Hasse case
The price on the head of the killer(s) of Kaufman County assistant district attorney Mark Hasse is at $100,000.

January 05, 2011 - Louisville City Hall Examiner (KY): Louisville Metro Police Foundation starting new ad campaign
The Louisville Metro Police Foundation has launched a public awareness campaign entitled “Could you do it?” to thank the officers and staff of the Louisville Metro Police Department and increase community support for these brave public servants.

March 15, 2005 - 'God Speaks' Again
The Outdoor Advertising Association of America announces the release of nine new “messages from God,” the first communication in five years from the famous, and mysterious, ‘God Speaks’ Campaign.

October 18, 2004 - NAACP Launches Outdoor Public Service Campaign

September 23, 2004 - NAACP Unveils Outdoor Public Service Campaign
Today in Baltimore, Maryland, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) unveiled a port-a-panel to mark the launch of the organization’s National Membership Recruitment Campaign. NAACP President and CEO Kweisi Mfume delivered remarks at the event as did Ken Klein, OAAA Executive Vice President, Government Relations.

May 25, 2004 - Crossing the Street is Anything But Pedestrian

February 09, 2004 - Lincoln Receives Several Message of Hope from Above

September 22, 2003 - Pass It On, Phase 3: Heroes and Frog Featured in New Outdoor Images

September 09, 2003 - Gov. Bush Lauds Billboards in "Amber Alert" Network

September 03, 2003 - Outdoor Industry Supports Important Traffic Safety Initiative

August 14, 2003 - Florida Town Hates 'Speedtrap' Label

August 05, 2003 - Billboards to Boost North Carolina Zoo

August 02, 2003 - Signs Sell Precious Goods: Compassion, Courage

July 22, 2003 - New Billboards Help Nab Smoky Vehicles

July 21, 2003 - Millions Drawn to Anti-terrorism Campaign

July 12, 2003 - Church Billboards Spread the Word

July 07, 2003 - Officials Predict Increased Road Fatalities Over Holiday

June 25, 2003 - Miami Searches for Serial Rapist

June 11, 2003 - Secretary Tom Ridge Says “Thank you” to the Outdoor Advertising Industry

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