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Clear Channel Airports to “Reflect” on Tenth Anniversary of September 11th

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Clear Channel Airports to “Reflect” on Tenth Anniversary of September 11th

Clear Channel Airports to “Reflect” on Tenth Anniversary of September 11th

--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

       

WHO:

Clear Channel Airports (CCA), the world’s leading marketer of airport advertising
and a division of the world’s largest outdoor advertising company,
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CCO).

 

WHAT:

Clear Channel Airports will display Extra Credit Projects’ memorial image, reading
“Reflect” and showcasing a reflection of the World Trade Center’s landmark Twin
Towers, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001. The Grand
Rapids-based creative shop’s Rob Jackson developed the image for use on 263
screens in 50 Clear Channel Airports across the United States.

 

WHY:

As the premiere airport advertising company in North America, Clear Channel
Airports hopes to leverage its platform to reflect on those who tragically lost their
lives or were injured during the September 11th terrorist attacks, in addition to the
selfless individuals who sacrificed their lives through civilian and military service in
the wake of the tragedy.

 

WHEN:

The “Reflect” creative is currently running through Sunday, September 11, 2011.
 

WHERE:

The “Reflect” creative will appear in the following CCA markets:

 

                       
Albuquerque Aspen Cleveland Columbus
Alexandria Atlanta College Station Dayton
Amarillo Austin Colorado Springs Daytona Beach
Anchorage Bradley Columbia Duluth
El Paso Huntsville New Orleans Provo
Fresno Indianapolis Newport News Sacramento
Ft. Lauderdale Kalamazoo Norfolk San Antonio
Grand Rapids Latrobe Northern Arkansas Shreveport
Green Bay Madison Oklahoma City St. Louis
Greensboro McCartney Omaha Tampa
Guam Melbourne Palm Beach West Chester
Gulfport Montrose Portland
Hamilton Nashville Providence
 

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