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Good Night Sweet Prince

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Executive VP OAAA
Ken Klein, protecting billboard interests from anti-billboard forces

DDI’s Tony Mariani, SVP – Real Estate/Governmental Affairs/Operations, shared with us this billboard campaign being run congratulating Ken Klein, Executive Vice-President – Government Affairs for the OAAA, on his upcoming retirement and that honors him for his contributions to the OOH industry over the last 20+ years. It is currently being run by DDI Media and Lamar Advertising in Missouri and Illinois and by Mile High Outdoor in Colorado and the Pacific Northwest.  As Tony shared, “Ken is definitely deserving of the honor for his dedicated service to the out of home industry throughout the United States.”Mariani continued with the much deserved praise,  “Due to Ken, and the efforts of everyone at the OAAA, DDI successfully defeated formidable opponents to our industry; the Prop A campaign in Missouri, while also achieving significant victories; just compensation, allowance of digital displays, Federal acceptance of the “Conforming, Out of Standard” permitting classification, just to name a few.  While there were some tense moments through the years Ken always handled himself with intelligence, grace, humor, and provided the industry with wise counsel!”

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In honor of Ken Klein’s retirement, and DDI’s respect for him, they are running a digital OOH campaign. The creative is being displayed on 11 of DDI’s digital locations throughout the St. Louis Metropolitan area from December 27, 2021 through January 2, 2022. 

OOH Today joins Tony and DDI with “Congratulations and a wish for a long, healthy, and joyful retirement!”

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