Atlanta Billboard AdvertisingEstablished in the early 1980's, MediaLease OOH is the original Atlanta, GA one stop shopping billboard advertising company, offering all types of traditional Out of Home advertising/media, to include Billboards, Interior & Exterior Rail & Bus Advertising, Bus Shelter Advertising, Mall Advertising & all Digital OOH formats to include Digital Billboards - Poster and Bulletins, Digital Bus Shelters and Digital Exterior Bus Advertising.
Out-of-Home Solutions in this area:
- Bulletins Billboards Advertising
- Bus Exteriors
- Arena & Stadium Advertising
- Location Based Advertising
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Atlanta is one of the nation's leading tourist destinations, both for Americans and those visiting the U.S. from abroad. With more than 86 million passing through the gates of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport yearly, Atlanta holds the distinction of home to one of the world's busiest passenger airports. The University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology are among 37 educational colleges and universities. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention employs more than 70,000 scientists and staff.
With the MLB Atlanta Braves, NFL Atlanta Falcons, NBA Hawks, along with NASCAR Atlanta Motor Speedway, the sports fan is surely included in the 19 million tourists that visit Atlanta yearly. Six interstate highways—I-20, I-75, I-85, I-285, I-575, and I-675—help metropolitan Atlanta residents get where they need to go. In metropolitan Atlanta there are many transit options for getting to each day's destinations. MARTA, the nation's ninth-largest transit service, provides rail, express bus and local bus service providing nearly 470,000 trips each week day. These core services are supplemented by local university and business shuttles, extensive paratransit and on-demand services, and vanpools linking commuters with business centers throughout the 13-county region.