Sometimes referred to as NOLA, New Orleans is home to more than just Mardi Gras. It's also home to billboards on freeways, highways, roads, streets and other thoroughfares. Both static and digital billboards are popular with companies, nonprofits and government organizations. These entities use the billboards to tell the masses about their newest products and services.
|No. of Billboards||200 (estimated)|
|Major Roads||I-10, I-510, I-610 and US-90; Poydras Street, Loyola Avenue, and Martin Luther King Jr Blvd|
|Attractions||French Quarter; Bourbon Street; Mardi Gras|
(Estimated per location per 4 weeks.)
|Bulletin (Large Billboard)||$2,500|
|Digital Bulletin (Large Digital Billboard)||$3,000|
|Poster (Medium Billboard)||$950|
|Digital Poster (Medium Digital Billboard)||$1,250|
|Zip Codes||70032 70043 70112 70113 70114 70115 70116 70117 70118 70119 70122 70124 70125 70126 70127 70128 70129 70130 70131 70139 70142 70145 70146 70148 70150 70151 70152 70153 70154 70156 70157 70158 70159 70160 70161 70162 70163 70164 70165 70166 70167 70170 70172 70174 70175 70176 70177 70178 70179 70182 70184 70185 70186 70187 70189 70190 70195 70458 70461|
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