News & Events

News & Events

What a Busy May!

This spring has been very busy for Lamar Advertising of Roanoke, but last week was particularly eventful. On Wednesday, our Lamar Digital Strategist, Cydney Palmer, visited from Baton Rouge to speak with our local American Advertising Federation of Roanoke. Lamar of Roanoke sponsored the lunch which was held at the beautiful Hotel Roanoke.  Cydney presented some incredibly valuable information about our digital display panels and the use of iSpots, or dynamic digital designs.


A buffet lunch was prepared for the presentation by Cydney Palmer.


The gorgeous table settings.


Cydney gave an incredible presentation.


The event had a large crowd.

Thursday, the ladies of our office were honored to attend the Go Red for Women Luncheon, also at the Hotel Roanoke. Lamar of Roanoke proudly sponsored this event as well. According to the American Heart Association’s website, “Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s campaign to increase awareness of heart disease and stroke in women and to inspire them to take charge of their heart health. One in three women suffers in silence, and almost one woman dies every minute of this largely preventable disease.” All of our attendees thoroughly enjoyed bonding with other women to raise awareness for a very worthy cause.

On Friday, we finished off the week with a company picnic. It was the perfect end to a fabulous week!

Sep 12, 2016

Lamar Advertising to appear at the Goldman Sachs 25th Annual Communacopia Conference

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 25th Annual Communacopia Conference in New York City, NY on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at approximately 12:25 p.m. (ET).

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Sep 7, 2016

Look Up: In the Digital Age, Billboards Are Far From Dead

Big brands, including McDonald’s and Comcast, have long used billboards to promote their products, but now even tech companies such as Foursquare, Lyft and Snapchat use them.

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