Located about 30 miles outside of Baltimore, MD is a town called Joppa. The town of Joppa is within Harford County, Maryland and sits along Rt. 40; running parallel to I-95 and can take you right into the heart of Baltimore. Harford County’s population of nearly 245,000 is included in the Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metropolitan Statistical Area and has over 90,000 households residing in the county. The largest employer is Aberdeen Proving Ground (a testing area for larger US Army weapons) with 16,800 employees and is the oldest active weapons proving ground in the US.
Cumberland is a western gateway city and county seat of Allegany County, Maryland, and the primary city of the Cumberland, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 20,859, and the metropolitan area had a population of 103,299. Cumberland is a regional business and commercial center for Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. Cumberland has many points of interest for early transportation enthusiasts and tends to be a favorite tourism destination for civil engineers. Cumberland is home to the Paw Paw Tunnel and the Sideling Hill man made mountain pass.
I-68, Rt. 144, Rt. 220, Rt 40, ALT-Rt.40
Garrett County, is an important active outdoor recreation destination in the state of Maryland and has been playing an important role in tourism promotion and development. According to the Maryland Office of Tourism, Garrett County’s increase in tourism outpaced Maryland’s tourism growth in 2018! It is a true all-seasons destination. Whether travelers come to hit the Mid-Atlantic’s premier ski resort, Wisp Resort in the winter or run the rapids of the Youghiogheny River, this area attracts affluent visitors who often make Deep Creek Lake their second home. Visitor stays on average 10.7 nights and tourism spend averages about $950 a visitor, according to the Garret County Tourism Market Survey Report. Deep Creek Lake provides an excellent opportunity to introduce your brand’s message through billboards to an affluent metropolitan population enjoying the happy environment of their vacation homes.
Frederick is both a city in and the county seat of Frederick City. Frederick’s close proximity to Washington D.C. has been a large developmental factor in the local economy and has been drastically influenced recently by it being a cancer research center. Its economy has also been strongly influenced by education, government, health care, mortgage and insurance, banking, science and engineering, tourism, transportation, retail and construction. Rt. 15 and Rt. 40 both flow through Frederick, giving easy access to nearby highways. Also, I-70 runs directly through town, which is easily accessed and brings people from all around to town. While it is a bedroom community to Washington, DC and I-270 certainly has its share of commuters, the vibrant economy in Frederick also keeps many workers local.
I-70, Rt. 15, I-270, Rt. 26
Hagerstown is the county seat of Washington County and is the largest city in Western Maryland. Hagerstown is Maryland’s 6th largest city. Despite its semi-rural Western Maryland setting, Hagerstown is a center of transit and commerce. Greater Hagerstown is the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the state of Maryland and among the fastest growing in the United States. The Hagerstown Premium Outlets attract people from Washington and Baltimore. The Valley Mall, an indoor shopping mall attracts people from neighboring cities and counties. I-81, and I-70 both go directly through Hagerstown and RT. 40 and RT. 11 run directly through downtown giving easy access from one side of Hagerstown to the other. Hagerstown billboards provide excellent impression value to the local community market and through travelers alike.
Bus Shelter, Poster, Permanent Bulletin
Rt. 11, Rt. 40, Rt. 64, Rt. 632, I-70
Westminster is the county seat of Carroll County, MD. It can be easily accessed from Rt. 140 and Rt. 97. Westminster is just 45 minutes from Baltimore, MD and it also sits close to the PA border. You will findmany Hanover and York residents shopping or eating out in Westminster. Westminster is home of the Maryland Wine Festival and hold many events and festivals like Art in the Park. Billboards in Westminster Maryland provide excellent access to impressions that influence South Central Pennsylvania and Baltimore Metro shopping behaviors.
Rt. 140, Rt. 97