Detroit Billboard Advertising

Established in the early 1980's, MediaLease OOH is the original Detroit, Mi 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.

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Market Profile
Detroit is known as the automotive capital of the world. Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler, the big three remain heavyweight employers in the Detroit region. Detroit has gradually diversified its Industrial base and has moved into emerging fields, such as life sciences, fuel cell technology, information technology and advanced manufacturing.

There are over 100 companies in the Detroit region currently involved in development of alternative energy technology. Detroit is home to TACOM (one of the U.S. Army’s largest weapon-systems research-and development organizations), as well as TARDEC (the nation’s laboratory for advanced military automotive technology), making the region an important player in the defense and homeland security industries.

Detroit has a multitude of museums, and institutes, including the Henry Ford Museum, Detroit Institute of the Arts, and Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Motown Museum, and the International Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Detroit hosts The North American International Annual Auto Show which is among the largest and most influential of its kind and contributes to the local economy significantly. Sixteen million people visit Metro Detroit annually, spending an estimated $4.8 billion. The sports fan can enjoy a game year round, the Detroit Tigers (MLB), the Detroit Lions (NFL), the Detroit Pistons (NBA), and the Detroit Red Wings (NHL). Any season of the year, if you're a sports fan you can take in a game at Comerica Park, Ford Field, Joe Louis Arena or The Palace.

Interstates I-75, I-94, I-96 along with John C Lodge Freeway, Grand Blvd, and Michigan Avenue contribute to the daily commute for millions of Detroit’s residents along with visitors to the city.

The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) is Southeast Michigan's only regional bus system helping people connect to work, school, medical appointments, shopping centers, entertainment and cultural events. Providing 11 million rides annually, SMART operates 234 Fixed Route buses on 43 routes, 7 days a week, 22 hours a day as well as Connector Service for seniors and people with disabilities who can't access SMART's regular Fixed Route service. SMART partners with 75 municipalities and organizations to support local transit service.