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Lamar Advertising to Appear at the Goldman Sachs 24th Annual Communacopia Conference

Baton Rouge, Louisiana – September 11, 2015 – Lamar Advertising Company (Nasdaq:  LAMR) today announced that Sean Reilly, CEO of Lamar Advertising Company, is scheduled to participate in a question-and-answer session at the Goldman Sachs 24th Annual Communacopia Conference in New York City, NY on Friday, September 18, 2015 at approximately 10:30 a.m. (ET).

The question and answer session will be carried live via audio webcast at the Company’s website,, and will be archived for 30 days.

Founded in 1902, Lamar Advertising Company is one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in North America, with more than 315,000 displays across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Lamar offers advertisers a variety of billboard, interstate logo and transit advertising formats, helping both local businesses and national brands reach broad audiences every day. In addition to its more traditional out-of-home inventory, Lamar is proud to offer its customers the largest network of digital billboards in the United States with over 2,000 displays. Please feel free to explore our website or contact us for additional information.

Company Contact:

Buster Kantrow
Director of Investor Relations
(225) 926-1000

Sep 9, 2015

New York Islanders Billboards Roll Out in Brooklyn, Their New Home

The temperature may be in the 90s in Brooklyn, but the first hints of ice are on the horizon. Billboards touting the borough’s newest sports heroes, the New York Islanders hockey team, are going up Monday across the borough, the Daily News has learned.

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Sep 8, 2015

Pope Francis Mural Emerges in Manhattan

When Pope Francis celebrates Mass in Madison Square Garden next month, he will be greeted by crowds and a larger-than-life painting of the Holy Father himself. This week, a painted ad depicting the pope’s face began to take shape on the south-facing wall of 494 Eighth Ave., just north of Madison Square Garden, drawing attention from workers and tourists.

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