FAB Advertising Inc. Acquires Advertising Rights to King County Trailer Truck Fleet

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FAB Advertising Inc., a leading provider of outdoor advertising, announced today it had acquired the rights to advertise on the King County (WA) fleet of trailer trucks.

FAB Advertising Inc., has been chosen by King County to administer its truck trailer advertising agreement. The contract has a 5-year term and commences July 1, 2006. The trailer fleet will be FAB Advertising's first venture in the northwest. FAB will add several local sales staff, to focus on the 150 King County trucks in Washington State. The advertising space will be 128 square feet in area making them the largest outdoor ads in King County.

Tony McAleer, FAB Advertising's Chief Executive Officer, stated, "King County's Truck Fleet is an opportunity for us to develop our business in the northwest. The King County Solid Waste Division are one of the nations leaders in recycling and we are pleased to be working with them in this capacity. Acquiring any government contract can generally be a long drawn out affair but with many thanks to Ray Moser (Economic Development Manager of King County) and Morgan John and Nigel White of the King County SWD this was not the case."

About FAB Advertising (http://www.FABad.com)

FAB Advertising is a full service outdoor advertising company providing sales, marketing and maintenance of truck advertising. It is a sister company to Bench-Ad (http://www.bench-ad.com).

FAB's team of marketing specialists provide clients with creative media solutions. Dedication, creativity and work ethic help to provide long term business partnerships.

About King County Solid Waste Division

King County SWD operates over 150 trailer trucks in King County, Washington State. The fleet is operated by King County's Solid Waste Division (SWD). The SWD operate these trucks throughout King County transporting materials between various pick-up and drop-off points such as Shoreline, Renton, Bellevue, Kirkland, Auburn, Skykomish, Vashon Island and Maple Valley among others. Their main routes include for the greater part, interstates I-5, I-405 and I-90. They regularly sponsor special recycling events throughout the county each spring and fall and also provide household hazardous waste disposal options and recycling education programs for its residents. One of SWD’s highest priorities is to conserve natural and reusable resources through readily available services and a continued emphasis on public awareness.

For more information please visit the FAB Advertising home page at: http://www.FABad.com

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