Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America. Please fill out the form below. It asks basic information about your company. This form will be sent to OAAA for processing, and someone from the Membership Team will be in contact to finish your application for membership.
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Any company that owns or operates billboards in the United States.
Other Outdoor Media
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Any company that sells space for advertising on street furniture, transit or place-based out of home media displays.
See Sub-Categories Below
Any company or individual providing services or products to the out of home advertising industry. Includes Supplier, Financial, and Attorney members.
Attorney $2,500 Annually
Any individual or firm providing legal services to the out of home advertising industry.
Financial $2,500 Annually
A company or individual providing financial services to the out of home advertising industry.
Supplier $2,500 Annually
Any company or individual providing services or products to the out of home advertising industry.
Tech $2,500 Annually
Any company providing technology services or products to the out of home advertising industry.
Council $500 Annually
Any company or individual who is involved in the design, planning or media buying of out of home advertising. Includes advertisers, ad agencies, and media buying services.
Any company or individual who works for state outdoor advertising associations, other trade groups and coalitions, or past OAAA Board of Directors.
OAAA Membership Qualifications for Out of Home Media Companies
Any outdoor company or individual doing business outside the United States and interested in the OAAA and its services.
You must meet one or more of the following criteria for your application to be considered for membership.
A display format that meets any of the following criteria:
- A permitted medium – any publicly displayed media format that is permitted by a state or municipal government. Examples include bulletins, posters, and wall murals.
- A franchised medium – any publicly displayed media format that is operated with a franchise granted by a public agency for defined services and a specified period of time. Examples include bus ads, bus shelters, and airports.
- A contracted medium - any framed publicly displayed media format that is operated with a contract for advertising services granted by a private entity for defined services and a specified period of time. Examples include mall ads, digital elevator screens, and restroom displays.
Note: This form informs OAAA of your interest in joining. It is not a membership application. An application will be sent to you after speaking with an OAAA representative.