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About/FAQ

About/FAQ

Billboard4Me.com is a service offering billboards to the general public for the purpose of celebrating birthdays, congratulations, memorials and more on a day-to-day basis. We partner with billboard companies large and small, working as the intermediator.​​ This lets us keep a lower cost for the customer because we handle everything.


How does it work?

It’s simple. You select your state, city, and desired billboard location. Select the days you want your message to run. Use our pre-designed message templates to create your ad/message. Pay and done! The entire process takes under 5 minutes.


​​How much does it cost?

The cost is determined by each individual billboard company. Usually ranging between $19 – $39 per day. Upon selecting your billboard location you will see the pricing. View Pricing Here


​​What billboard locations are available?


​​We are always adding new locations. The list of billboards/cities is visible on the app page. Click Here to View Available Locations.


​​How often will my billboard message pop-up?


​​Every 1-5 minutes, depending on how many other messages are running. On average every 2 minutes, from 12AM to 11:59PM on the dates you select. Equaling ~ 337 – 1,350 flashes of your message in 1 day.


​​What types of billboard messages can I create?


​​We have 50 pre-designed and easy to customize billboard templates for you to choose from. Including: Anniversary, Birthday, Benefit, Christian, Graduation, Holiday, Love, Marry Me, Newborn, Obituary, Pet, Prayer, Retirement, Wedding & Welcome Home. Any type of message outside of this may be rejected.


​​Can I upload my own artwork?


​​Yes, you can. However, it may be stretched or squeezed to fit the billboard if it doesn’t match. For specific sizing email us: info@billboard4me.com

How did Billboard4Me get started?

Created by billboard professionals at Roland Digital Media (a billboard company in TN with 450+ billboard faces) and Tasty Ad (an OOH/billboard news and software company) to fill a need in the out of home advertising industry. The general public needed to be able to easily create billboard messages online. Without having to go through a billboard company directly.