New Alexandria, Westmoreland County Billboard Sign
|Size:||14′ x 48’6″|
|Number of Faces:||2|
|Average Daily Traffic:||20,000 - 30,000|
|Side of Roadway:||South|
|Roadway:||State Route 22|
|Nearest Intersection:||State Route 119|
|Distance:||E 500 ft|
Your business’ out-of-home advertising can reach a diverse demographic at this well-traveled location.
Traffic estimates for this advertising location are 20,000 to 30,000 cars each day.
This 14’ x 48’6” bulletin billboard is located along Route 22, where the road goes from being known as the Pittsburgh-Buffalo Highway to the William Penn Highway.
It’s situated near where Route 22 intersects with Route 119 in New Alexandria, PA.
This billboard sign sits on the south side of Route 22, and it has two faces, one facing eastbound travelers and the other westbound travelers.
Highly trafficked by locals and non-local travelers alike, it’s a great advertising spot for Westmoreland County businesses!
From this location, travelers can easily reach New Alexandria, Delmont, Greensburg, and other local business districts. Outdoor advertising has been proven to drive foot traffic to nearby businesses, so this billboard is ideal for businesses in the area.
Get your business message in front of up to 30,000 drivers a day when you place your ad here.
View the images on this page for examples of other business’ ads on these billboard faces. And click on “View in Google Map” for a full, 360° view of this outdoor ad location.
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