Outdoor Advertising Association of Texas
Welcome to the Outdoor Advertising Association of Texas.
Outdoor advertising’s purpose is to boost the economy of Texas while being good neighbors in the communities that we call home.
Texas businesses rely on outdoor advertising to help build their business, keeping our economy strong and making the Texas economy the best in the nation.
The out of home (OOH) advertising industry has been a part of the Texas landscape for well over 100 years and has helped countless Texas–owned companies sell their goods and services.
Who doesn’t remember driving Texas highways and looking for a great restaurant, lodging, or that rest stop that has everything?
We are an integral part of the communities in which we live and work. Each year we donate advertising to hundreds of charities looking to get their message out.
Aside from partnering with businesses and charities, OAAT provides vital information to all residents of Texas, including those regarding emergency services in addition to highlighting key law enforcement issues such as human trafficking.
OOH media is central to the Texas economy—it stimulates the sale of goods and services with a direct connection to job-creation, helping to ensure our communities remain vibrant, desirable places all Texans are proud to call home.
We continue to be a vital, entertaining part of the Texas landscape.
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Can You See Me? Campaign Relaunch in Dallas
Expected Increase in Calls to National Human Trafficking Hotline Across Texas as A21, the First Lady of Texas, and the Outdoor Advertising Association Join Forces for Award-Winning Awareness Campaign Can You See Me? This multi-media campaign highlights the realities of modern-day slavery in the U.S. In the fight against modern day slavery, partners A21, a global anti-human trafficking [...]
First Lady Abbott Relaunches Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign
AUSTIN – First Lady Cecilia Abbott today relaunched the statewide “Can You See Me?” human trafficking awareness campaign at the Governor’s Mansion in Austin. The multimedia campaign seeks to highlight the realities of human trafficking through a series of billboards displayed in public spaces and transportation hubs across more than 70 Texas cities throughout this year. The First Lady [...]