Grey Vick On Small Market Digital Billboards

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Grey Vick
Grey Vick On Small Market Digital Billboards Today’s podcast guest is Grey Vick the founder Grey Outdoor, an independent out of home company with 260 billboard structures in North and South Carolina.  Here are his thoughts about digital billboards and small markets. On Digital signs.  Grey Vick We’ve got a few digitals and we’re going to be doing more…We’ve got ... Read More

Grey Outdoor acquires Carolina Beach Campground Billboards

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Carolina Beach Campground Billboards

Grey Outdoor acquires Carolina Beach Campground Billboards Here we grow again. Grey Outdoor, LLC has acquired the billboard assets of Carolina Campground. They are located on US421 / Carolina Beach Rd. and US17 in Brunswick County. The Carolina Road location will serve both Wilmington and Carolina Beach Advertisers and will give them another option in an area with limited opportunities. … Read More

Political Billboards Work

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Political Billboards

Why do people who are running for office utilize billboards?  Because they work and they cost a lot less than TV advertising.  If your TV is covered up with political advertisements, think about the advantages of billboards.  Look at this one.  This will get the message to local people who have pulled the plug on their TVs this year.

Grey Outdoor Acquires Granville County North Carolina Billboard Assets

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Granville County Billboards

Grey Outdoor, LLC has acquired the billboard assets of Buddy L Foods in Granville County North Carolina. The assets are located on I-85 south of exit 202 near Oxford. The 10 x 40 right read bulletins will serve both Oxford as well as Henderson Advertisers. They will serve the communities well and allow local businesses that have been dependent on … Read More