Veale Outdoor Advertising Acquires 6 New Billboards Along I-80 Corridor

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Leading Independent Advertising Company in the North Bay reports 50% Growth

This expansion increases our service area, which provides us the opportunity to enhance our services to existing customers and reach new customers in Northern California.

Veale Outdoor Advertising (Veale) has acquired six static bulletin faces along the highly-trafficked Interstate 80 corridor in Vacaville, CA – Solano County from TKG Billboards, LLC and TKG Vaca Signs, LLC. Veale is owned by Kirk Veale and managed by Tom Jackson. Veale currently operates two prominent digital units along I-80 in Dixon, two digital units in Rohnert Park adjacent to Hwy. 101 and twelve static units in Petaluma, Santa Rosa & Windsor, Sonoma County. With the expansion into Solano County via this acquisition, Veale now operates 22 billboard faces on Interstates and Highways in Northern California, allowing Veale to provide greater advertising options and services to customers looking reach motorists traveling to San Francisco Bay area, Napa/Sonoma Wine Country, Sacramento – CA’s State Capital and Lake Tahoe recreational destinations.

The acquisition allows Veale to expand their footprint in the valuable CA I-80 corridor reaching drivers between the SF Bay Area and Sacramento & Lake Tahoe/Reno tourist destinations. Tom Jackson says “this expansion increases our service area which provides us the opportunity to enhance our services to existing customers and reach new customers in Northern California.” For more information visit http://www.vealeoutdooradvertising.com or dial 707-777-7777.

Locally-based and family-owned for over 30 years, Veale currently operates the only digital billboard in the Dixon area, capturing the attention of commuters driving in and out of California’s state capital, tourists traveling to vacation destinations in Tahoe and the greater Sierra Nevada, as well as the San Francisco Bay area and Napa/Sonoma wine country. A recent Nielsen study reported that 82% of these drivers were able to recall the billboard advertising they saw, making digital advertising a highly effective way to get marketing messages out to consumers.

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