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a fitting at the bow of a vessel for securing an anchor
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and audiences around the world, today announced the roster of sponsors lined up for "The Billboard Latin Music Awards Presented by State Farm", the network's highest-rated entertainment special.
a local lawyer for Lamar Advertising, said that while a traffic study was done with the company's previous request for a digital billboard at the same site two years ago, it needs to be updated.
For those who are new to billboards or just considering adding them to their advertising arsenal, the first thing to understand is the way the billboard companies usually work.
The location was simply perfect for the billboard of a fairness cream.
He paid $4,000 for a billboard plea that had his photo and an email address with the simple message, "All I want for Christmas is a Latina girlfriend.
so it can convert a traditional static-face billboard it has at 28 Garden St.
The amphibious outdoor billboard displays, patented, produced and distributed by bbi Displays USA, can be placed on the ocean, lakes, rivers and other various waterways.
The billboard lobby spends millions of dollars each year to influence central state and local billboards controls.
Private businesses with billboard licenses say they are affected by the increasing number of illegal billboards.
If approved, it would be included in the billboard ordinance now being drafted by the city.
The billboard industry claims the billboards are not dangerous to drivers, stating that although digital billboards look like TV images, the images are static, and don't move.
Nearly one third of all postcards depicting New York City's skyline or neighborhoods feature a billboard.