MidWest Outdoor Advertising Makes Travels Enjoying


While traveling over the memorial Day weekend to escape the world of advertising, American Copywriter's John January wasn't entirely successful and shares with us the marvel that is the Midwestern billboard. From tuxedo clad car salesman to well drillers to incessant church advertising to Kum & Go, the midwest is, apparently, full of entertaining outdoor advertising.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (3)     File: Good, Outdoor     May-30-06  
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Yeah "wasn't" and "unsuccessful" could be used in any John January commentary.


Posted by: tom lout on May 31, 2006 01:58 AM

Aw, Big T is just mad because I owe him a case of Wild Turkey. Thanks Tom ;-)

Posted by: American Copywriter on June 1, 2006 09:27 AM

City Slicker here in the Midwest that board tells a big story aboput fuel for the RV food (junk) and a clean inside bathroom, and a place to walk around. Kum & Go has done a good job selling their name and product. Besides it gives the little boys a little to snicker about. Head to South Dakota some time and look for the "200 miles to Wall Drug" signs.

Posted by: Roy Coffman on June 11, 2006 09:38 AM

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