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Monica McGrail

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Keystone Outdoor Advertising officially announces brand relaunch

Philadelphia, PA —                      

Keystone Outdoor Advertising is proud to announce the completion of a major rebranding for 2022, to better align with the company’s mission. “We have taken this opportunity to evolve the Keystone brand to truly represent our company’s vision for the future.  We are always focused on how we can grow and improve,” says Jessica Cheesman, Director of Operations.

Along with a fresh new logo and look, the star of the brand relaunch is the new  “We’ve updated the site with a new look and feel, but more importantly we’ve revamped the overall functionality.  We wanted to make sure that the site was simple and intuitive, while still providing our clients with tools that improve the outdoor buying process.  New features include a billboard mock-up tool, client bill pay portal and interactive inventory map”, Cheesman states.  

Dedicated to providing Philadelphia and New Jersey with the best out-of-home inventory, competitive pricing, added value packaging and unrivaled customer service, the Keystone team is excited to share the updated rebranding and their newly added inventory, including bulletins on 295 in New Jersey, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Commodore Barry Bridge and Route 42.

“We’ve been in this business for over 45 years, and while my team and I remain dedicated to serving our clients and continuing to serve the Philadelphia DMA we are excited for a clean, fresh look and a new website that has some really dynamic features for our clients. We’ve worked hard on this project and we’re excited for everyone to see it!” said Dominick Cipollini, President of Keystone Outdoor.

Proudly serving the City of Brotherly Love and beyond for over 45 years, Keystone Outdoor is the Philadelphia DMA’s largest independent OOH company offering premier static, digital bulletins and transit advertising covering the most in-demand roadways, inner city neighborhoods and suburbs.

Check out the NEW website here: