Adamsburg Irwin North Huntingdon Westmoreland County Billboard Sign
|Size:||10’6″ x 36′|
|Number of Faces:||4|
|Average Daily Traffic:||20,000 - 30,000|
|Side of Roadway:||North|
|Roadway:||State Route 30|
|Nearest Intersection:||Penn-Adamsburg Road|
This 10’6”x 36’ bulletin billboard has 4 faces and sits near the intersection of Route 30 and Penn-Adamsburg Road. Situated on the north side of Route, just 1 ⅜ miles east of the Irwin turnpike exchange, this billboard sign is available to showcase your brand on a highly traveled portion of Route 30.
As many as 30,000 people traveling between Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties via the Pennsylvania turnpike drive by this Adamsburg out of home advertising location. It’s a great place to advertise a business that’s accessible to residents of both counties. Place your brand’s out of home advertising on this North Huntingdon area billboard, and you’ll be sure to grab the attention of residents from both counties who are traveling to and from work, sports, and cultural events.
This Adamsburg billboard location has four faces – two, stacked faces that can be seen while traveling east, and two that can be seen while headed west. For west-bound travelers, the billboards are on their right, as they approach Penn-Adamsburg Road. For drivers headed east, the billboard’s on the driver’s side, as they approach Jeannette.
The four faces of this bulletin billboard location offer a unique opportunity to double your efforts and grab the attention of many commuters! Get creative and ‘think outside the board’ – design an ad that takes advantage of the stacked faces, to make an impression that’s twice as big. Alternatively, place one brand ad facing east and another facing west to catch travelers coming and going for double the impressions.
Get Westmoreland drivers to take notice on their way home from points west, as well as travellers headed east to Saint Vincent and into the Laurel Mountains. Grab the attention of travelers headed west toward the Irwin Walmart, Target, the turnpike, and Pittsburgh.
See the images of this location below, or for a 360° view, click on “View in Google Maps” for the complete street view of the four faces where you can showcase your brand to up to 30,000 travelers a day.
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