Archive for April 2012
Adopt-A-Highway Litter Removal Service of America, Inc. is partnering with the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Adopt-A-Highway volunteers for their bi-annual Spring Litter Sweep! Litter Sweep is scheduled for April 14 to 28 and encourages the cleanup of North Carolina roadsides. During the 2011 fall Litter Sweep more than 1.7 million pounds of roadside litter was removed.
This is a great opportunity for all North Carolina residents to do their part and contribute to a clean environment. Businesses can contribute through NCDOT’s Sponsor-A-Highway program and receive a highway sign displaying their business name and logo. Your sign is seen by millions of motorists, day and night, all year long. For more information on the program, contact Paige Woods at 1-800-792-4452 or email email@example.com.
The bi-annual Litter Sweeps are administered by the NCDOT Office of Beautification. For more information, visit the Office of Beautification website and click on “Litter Sweep.” Volunteers can also receive information and updates by following NCDOT on Twitter, visiting the department’s Facebook page.
The NCDOT spring Litter Sweep is a great time for North Carolinians to get involved in community beautification,” said Transportation Secretary Gene Conti. “It’s an event that allows us all to work together, taking pride in the beauty of our state’s roadsides.
There is no better time to sponsor a highway in Indiana. Premium downtown locations are available in Indianapolis now. Your business can be seen by thousands of potential customers day and night, all year round. Each prime location receives an Average Daily Traffic Volume (ADT) of 130,000 t0 160,000. With the high volume of cars that drive by the location, you gain unrivaled exposure for only dollars per day.
Current availabilities include prime locations on Highway 65, Highway 70 and Highway 465. By adopting a highway with us, you will receive a prominent sign with your business name and logo displayed on the side of the highway. Our professional crews clean your sponsored location, complete and file all necessary reports to the Department of Transportation. In addition to cost-effective advertisement, participation in the Sponsor a Highway Program can also be the foundation for an environmentally conscious public relations campaign. We do all the work, you receive the recognition.
Contact our Territory Manager now to start your green advertising campaign and sponsor a highway.Sarah Parkes Call: (800) 540-8694 Fax: (800) 571-8537 firstname.lastname@example.org