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Keystone Outdoor Donates Digital-Billboard Space for the Holidays

Free advertising space donated to half-dozen local charities

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This holiday season, Keystone Outdoor Advertising (Philadelphia) is donating free advertising space to nearly a half-dozen local charities. With its new digital billboard on Route 309 (Ogontz Ave.) at Limeklin Pike in Cheltenham Township, Keystone can rotate multiple messages per day from several organizations on a single billboard. Nearly 28,000 commuters pass by the board daily.
Keystone has supported the communities it serves in Montgomery County and throughout the Philadelphia area for more than 30 years. Local charities Keystone is helping raise funds include: Toys for Tots (local dropoff sites); Phil Abundance; Project H.O.M.E.; Bethany Christian Adoption Services; and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Keystone Outdoor, which also designed the ads at no charge,  has served the Philadelphia metro market since 1977. Its digital board, the company says, allows advertisers to reach the suburban audience as they travel to the area’s retail outlets including the Cheltenham, Willow Grove and Montgomeryville Malls.
 

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