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OOH Location Today —SILVERCAST Adds Hollywood Blvd

SILVERCAST Media Adds Iconic Outdoor Signage on Hollywood Boulevard

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OOH Location Today
—SILVERCAST Adds Hollywood Blvd

SILVERCAST Media Adds Iconic Outdoor Signage on Hollywood Boulevard

 

New York, NYSILVERCAST Media, a premier Out-of-Home company operating high-profile outdoor signage in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Diego, has secured the exclusive rights to represent seven signs on the iconic W Hotel in Hollywood, California, located at 6250 Hollywood Blvd.  This aggressively expands SILVERCAST Media’s footprint in Los Angeles.

“As we continue to strategically grow our portfolio with A+ quality signage in top markets across the U.S., The W is the perfect addition to our inventory.  We are thrilled to offer this iconic property to our advertisers” said Justin Rinko, Co-Founder, SILVERCAST Media.

Mike Manzari, on behalf of the W Hotel, said “we are excited to partner with an entrepreneurial and forward-thinking team like SILVERCAST to help maximize revenue for the W Hotel. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

About SILVERCAST MEDIA: SILVERCAST Media is a NYC-based media company specializing in outdoor advertising with dynamic digital and static oversized billboard spectaculars. Initially launching in Times Square with the massive 25,000+ square foot HD screen that spans the Broadway facade of the Marriott Marquis and a dominant presence in The Penn District in New York City, they have quickly expanded with assets in Los Angeles, Chicago, and San Diego. Founded in 2016 by Justin Rinko and Gary Grossman, SILVERCAST Media continues their growth with a focus on high-profile outdoor media assets in top markets.

 

 

 

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