What Do Road Trips and Summer BBQs Have In Common? Exposure to the Good, Bad and Ugly in Wireless Tower Design

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STEALTH's quest to create harmony between consumers - and the wireless companies who serve them - inspires new website.

'Blending wireless technology improves aesthetics, which generally improves property values.' - Sean McLernon, CEO STEALTH

Americans will hit the road this year – 33 million kicked off summer with a Memorial Day road trip, and they’ll also spend time in backyards, playing and entertaining (62% of Americans own an outdoor grill).

As Americans pursue their right to enjoy warm sun and fresh air, one company believes they should also have a right to beautiful skylines and ample wireless signal.

For years, those rights conflicted – as wireless towers sprung up fast and furiously, cluttering landscapes. There’s a new generation of wireless concealment emerging— both appealing looking and signal-friendly – and informed consumers are driving much of its adoption.

With that in mind, the leading wireless concealment company has launched a new campaign to educate more consumers that good aesthetics and strong signal can, indeed, co-exist.

The campaign – STEALTH Tower Power (http://www.stealthtowerpower.com/) – helps consumers understand how wireless signals work, how towers and antennas can perform even while they are concealed, and introduces them to a wide range of concealment options.

“As people are tooling down the highway this summer, they might find it amusing to note that the picturesque barn silos, water towers, church steeples and trees actually contain elaborate antenna systems,” said Sean McLernon, CEO of STEALTH.

McLernon also notes that consumers are often concerned about the installation of wireless infrastructure in their communities. The Tower Power booklet (downloadable at the site) cites a process that consumers can undertake to encourage municipalities to conceal installations.

“Blending wireless technology improves aesthetics, which generally improves property values,” said McLernon. “We actually receive letters from people thanking us for installing great looking concealments in their communities.”


STEALTH Concealment Solutions was founded in 1992, and was the first U.S. company to engineer and construct antenna concealments for the wireless industry. The company has full manufacturing capabilities as well as a nationwide sales network. From rooftop concealments and flagpoles to steeples and towers, STEALTH has experience making every type of concealment and excels at finding solutions for difficult sites. The company’s proprietary StealthSkin™ technology allows signals to pass through the concealment with minimal loss. Today, STEALTH spearheads more than 750 concealment projects nationwide per year for all wireless carriers.

The company’s work has been featured in RCR Wireless, TIME Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, CBS, AGL magazine and on About.com.

For more information, call 800-755-0689.

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