Altoona is the tenth most populous city in Pennsylvania. The rich history of railroading in the region and the Pennsylvania Railroad in Altoona are exemplified by the Railroaders Memorial Museum. Historically the primary economic driver in Altoona was the Pennsylvania Railroad. Today, the top employers in Altoona are in healthcare followed by the retail and service industries. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), the Veterans Administration and Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital all have homes in Altoona. Perhaps these days Altoona may be best known as the home of Sheetz, whose famous made to order foods and ubiquitous red signage are becoming as synonymous with the region as the Horseshoe Curve.
Altoona’s location along I-99 builds a large trade area that extends to State College and Johnstown with easy access to the University of Pittsburgh – Johnstown and St. Francis University. Altoona is home to the Altoona Curve baseball team which attracts many! As does the Logan Valley Mall, and the shopping center - Convention Center Commons which houses Carmike Big D Movie Theater, Holiday Inn Express and other local stores and restaurants. The Blair County area includes the boroughs of Hollidaysburg, Ducansville, Tyrone, and Newry. This market is full of mountain valleys and scenic highways that create an environment for effective OOH advertising and beautiful Pennsylvania billboards.
Poster, Digital, Bus Shelter
Rt. 22, I-99, Rt. 36
Bedford is equal distance between Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. Known for its medicinal springs since the 1800s, the mineral springs have made Bedford Springs Hotel by Omni Hotels & Resorts a favorite destination for Presidents and ordinary vacationers alike! The Fall Foliage Festival held in October attracts thousands on the weekends. Walmart and REI distribution centers are located here due to the proximity to major highways and cities. The downtown Bedford area is a scene of American nostalgia or Mayberry Street, where specialty retail stores, local restaurants, and department stores line the street and make for a classic shopping experience.
Fall foliage festivals are a big deal in this area. People travel up from Washington, DC., Pittsburgh and Central Pennsylvania to take in the leaves and culture. Bedford is home to beautiful farms, artisanal cheeses, small hamlets, and villages. Each mountain valley holds a new surprise. The vistas and valleys are amazing. Billboard impressions are especially memorable, evocative, and effective in the context of this region’s natural beauty.
Poster, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
Rt. 220, Rt. 30, I-99, Rt. 56
Berwick is a borough within Columbia County, PA and is part of the Bloomsburg-Berwick, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area with a population of nearly 90,000. Berwick is well known as the home of Wise Potato Chips and Columbia County is famous for its beautiful terrain and scenic river lands along the Susquehanna River. There are many state game lands in Columbia County, PA. If you want billboards to reach hunters on their way to camp, tourists, or seasonal travelers, this is a great region to present sporting goods, eateries, and other community focused advertisements.
Bloomsburg University is located in the county seat of Columbia County and is home to more than 8,000 students and frequently returning Alumni who love a chance for a drive in the country and a chance to watch the Bloomsburg Roongo play. Columbia county is home to numerous private and parochial educational schools.
Rt. 93, Rt. 11
The West Shore of the Susquehanna River. This is a densely populated region that still manages to be a very productive agricultural area. It is part of the Harrisburg Metro area with a population nearing 600,000. The economy is rich with activity in numerous sectors including: education, engineering, healthcare, government, insurance and manufacturing to name a few.
The West Shore is rich with variety of different audience characteristics and the opportunity to reach many focused consumer segments with brand messaging. Significant traffic flows through this region on primary highways such as I-81, 581, the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Routes 11 & 15. There are many car shows, cultural events and conferences that occur on an ongoing basis. From Dickinson College and the Army War College in Carlisle to Camp Hill, New Cumberland, Lemoyne, Wormleysburg and Enola on the Susquehanna River, the West Shore is a bustle of activity and available OOH impressions.
8x16, Poster, Digital, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
I-81, Rt. 11, Rt. 581, Rt. 34, Rt. 641
Located in South Central Pennsylvania, Franklin County is the third fastest growing county in PA! Chambersburg is the county seat and also happens to be home to Kegerreis Outdoor Advertising’s main office. This area has seen substantial growth in the last few years with additional exits along I-81, as well as manufacturing and distributing businesses locating their plants within the county. Franklin County’s proximity to major cities like Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Washington D.C. and Baltimore adds to the value of the traffic in this bustling area. Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Scotland, Waynesboro and the Letterkenny Army Depot are all local communities. Franklin county provides excellent value in outdoor advertising with the ability to target a high volume of impressions to local commuters and travelers alike.
8x16 Bulletin, Poster, Square, Digital, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
I-81, Rt. 30, Rt. 997, Rt. 16 Rt. 11
Gettysburg is the county seat of Adams County which is widely known for its Battlefield, where the turning point Battle of Gettysburg was fought during the American Civil War. RT 30 runs directly through Gettysburg, giving people easy access to the highways including heavily traveled RT. 15. The main industry of the borough is tourism associated with such historic sites. Gettysburg attracts millions each summer with its war background, hosting reenactments annually and attracts tourists from all over!
Gettysburg College and the Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg provide educational and cultural outlets to the community. Retail Shopping Outlets just to the southeast of the community provide another resource for Gettysburg’s many tourists. The many orchards and beautiful rolling hills of Adams County also bring many visitors for the famous Apple Festivals and for those who enjoy serene driving in some of the most beautiful farmland east of the Mississippi.
8x16, Poster, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
Rt. 30, Rt. 97, Rt. 194, Rt. 234, Rt. 116, Rt. 34
The Harrisburg Metro area has a population nearing 600,000. Harrisburg is both the county seat of Dauphin County, and the Capital of Pennsylvania. The city’s major industries consist of government, heavy manufacturing including the production of steel, agriculture, and food services. Nearby is Hershey, providing jobs and tourism. Hershey is the home of Chocolate World, and Hershey Park, a very popular amusement park. Also, the Penn State University Hospital – Hershey is one of the best hospitals in the world and is well known for its pediatric medicine specialties.
Locals call this portion of the Harrisburg Metro market the East Shore, being as it is the east shore of the Susquehanna river which dominates the geography for the region. While many locals enjoy coasting around the river on their pontoon boats or enjoying the night life down on 2nd Street. The commuters in this region dominate the OOH advertising opportunities with significant traffic coming in from I-83, I-81, I-76, RTS 322 and 422. There are some community focused advertising points in this community with small town life and frequent community social gatherings occurring in Steelton, Linglestown, Highspire, Middletown, Dauphin and Derry Township. The Harrisburg Metropolitan area is truly a metro made up of many different communities within a larger commercial environment.
Poster, Digital, Bus Shelter
Rt. 581, Rt. 83, Rt. 283
Hazleton is well-known by PA natives and beyond. It is located just off of Route 81,andis also a short distance from I-80. Greater Hazleton encompasses many other areas like Conyngham and Drums, which can be accessed by local routes like Routes 93, 309 or 940. Home to one of the most advanced school districts in the state, Hazleton also has a Penn State branch which is just a couple hours from the main campus in State College. In West Hazleton is the Humboldt Industrial Park, a CAN DO Economic Development initiative. Humboldt provides spaces for distribution, manufacturing, or logistic operations for Coca-Cola, Amazon, Hershey and more. The Park is on Route 924, near the I-81 intersection.
Rt. 940, Rt. 309, Rt. 93
Huntingdon is the county seat of Huntingdon County. It is in an agricultural and fruit-growing region, with valuable forests and deposits of iron, coal, fire clay, and limestone. Huntingdon is home to Juniata College and is located along the Juniata River, approximately 30 miles from Altoona and 100 miles West of Harrisburg. It is located right off of Rt . 22 and Rt. 26 runs through the southeastern area of the borough. Huntingdon is also well known for the 8,300 acre Raystown Lake which is very popular with fishing enthusiasts and the weekending crowd. People enjoy the fresh mountain air and the thrill of landing striped bass, largemouth bass, walleye and more. Hiking, swimming (public lake beaches) and the thrill of driving a motorcycle or a high-performance car along a mountain road are just some of the popular pastimes for visitors and natives of this county alike. Huntingdon County presents the opportunity to reach drivers and travelers with OOH messages at their happiest moments.
Poster, Square, Bus Shelter
Rt. 22, Rt. 522
Lancaster is located in South Central Pennsylvania and serves as the seat of Lancaster County. It is one of the oldest inland towns in the United States, ranking 8th in population in Pennsylvania. The city’s primary industries include healthcare, tourism, public administration and manufacturing. Lancaster’s Park City Center shopping mall is the largest indoor retail facility in the region. Rt. 222 runs directly through Lancaster, giving it easy access to highways. Lebanon PA serves as the county seat of Lebanon county. Lebanon is located in the central part of the Lebanon Valley, 26 miles east of Harrisburg and 29 miles west of Reading. Both Rt. 422 and Rt. 72 run through Lebanon giving easy access to both enter and leave the city.
Both counties are well known for large populations of Pennsylvania Dutch plain people and are equally famous for their food and remarkably high-quality farmland and soil. Lancaster and Lebanon Counties provide some of the best prepared deli meat products and bolognas in the United States. The Saturday farmers market shows its highest form of excellence in this region. Market stalls and family farms are at their best in this region. Vegetables, meats and fruits are beautiful, and the pickles and krauts are delicious. The OOH advertising opportunities are diverse and effective in reaching drivers of automobiles and buggies alike.
Digital, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
Rt. 222, Rt. 30, Rt. 322, I-76 Rt. 422
The Lehigh Valley embraces the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton metropolitan area. I-78 and Route 22 provide easy access throughout. Allentown is the county seat of Lehigh County and the 3rd most populated city in Pennsylvania. Allentown is also one of the fastest growing cities in all of Pennsylvania. The area’s economy primarily consists of service industries with some manufacturing. However, there has also been significant growth in the healthcare, transportation, and warehousing industries. Easton is the county seat of Northampton County, bordering New Jersey.
Just north of The Lehigh Valley is Carbon County. The county seat of Carbon is Jim Thorpe, which can be easily accessed from Rt. 209 and Rt. 903. The town has been called the “Switzerland of America” by the Swiss Tourist Board due to the scenery, mountainous location, and architecture. This area of Pennsylvania is a favorite of Philadelphia and New Jersey fall foliage tourists. To the south, Bucks County is the 4th most populated county in Pennsylvania. Doylestown is the county seat of Bucks County and is less than 30 miles from Philadelphia. The Lansdale/Doylestown Line of SEPTA Regional Rail connects Doylestown to Philadelphia and many points in between. Doylestown Station is the northernmost stop. Route 611 also connects Doylestown directly to Easton. This region provides excellent opportunities to reach executive decisionmakers, consumers and small business owners with OOH messages sure to reach them at low pressure periods of happy travel and relaxed commutes.
Rt. 309, Rt. 329, Rt. 100, Rt. 222, Rt. 29, Rt. 191, Rt. 248, Rt. 512, Rt. 145, Rt. 946, Rt. 313, Rt. 611, Rt. 533, Rt. 443, Rt. 209
How do you advertise in the Washington, DC/Hagerstown Advertising region from within Pennsylvania? Thanks to the ease of commuting to the southeast, McConnellsburg is located in the Washington, DC media market. McConnellsburg is the county seat of Fulton County, and is easily accessed from Rt. 16 and Rt.522. McConnellsburg consists of numerous taverns, inns, automotive garages and other travel-related structures, including the Fulton House, the Fulton County Courthouse, and the log cabin of Daniel McConnell. Currently, the biggest economic driver and employer is the Oshkosh Corporation-owned JLG Industries, a major manufacturer of construction and maintenance access-related lifting equipment. Fulton county is also the home of Cowans Gap State Park, a very popular summer day trip.
8x16, Poster, Bus Shelter
Rt. 30, Rt. 522, I-70
New Bloomfield is the county seat of Perry County. New Bloomfield is located right off of Rt. 274 and Rt. 34, whereas both run right through downtown. It is part of the Harrisburg–Carlisle Metropolitan Statistical Area which is a highly populated area and primarily serves as a bedroom community to people employed in the larger cities of Harrisburg or Carlisle or on farms within Perry County.
Poster, Bus Shelter
Rt. 22, Rt. 274
Delaware County, a suburb of Philadelphia is commonly referred to as Delco. With a population of 564,696 (2017 estimates), it is the fifth most populous county in Pennsylvania with 204,870 households. The mean commute time is 29 minutes where 76% of workers are employed by the private sector and 21% are self-employed. In 2017, this area had a median household income of $69,839, higher than that of most Pennsylvania counties. The Philadelphia International Airport, Widener University, and Lincoln Financial Field (home to the Philadelphia Eagles) are just 10-15 miles away.
Travelers along the Kegerreis Digital Board in Delaware County are frequently commuting out of Philadelphia for homes in New Jersey, the Philly suburbs, and the state of Delaware. Weekend traffic is especially heavy with travelers headed for the beach and preferred destination shopping locations in Delaware. This digital board presents an excellent opportunity to present advertising messages to high value audiences with distinct, isolatable travel and commute patterns.Watch Promo Video
Stroudsburg is a city in Monroe County, PA, located just off Interstate 80. It is also in the Poconos region of the state, 5 miles from the Delaware Water Gap. Downtown Stroudsburg is the commercial hub for the surrounding areas and is the only traditional downtown in the surrounding areas. The county seat of Pike County is Milford, PA. Milford is part of the New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Milford is easily accessed from Rt. 209. Lastly, the county seat of Wayne county is Honesdale, PA. Honesdale is a coal mining region. It is a rural city, and provides recreational activities such a biking, fishing, boating, hunting, and skiing.
This is a very family friendly, family fun area which brings in a lot of weekend travelers from NYC and North Jersey. There are a lot of attractions and amusements like zoos, animal farms and flea markets as well as East Stroudsburg State University of Pennsylvania. Advertising presents many eclectic opportunities and OOH impressions in this region track to viewers living both locally and throughout the NYC Metro Area.
Bus Shelter, Permanent Bulletin
Rt. 209, Rt. 611, Rt. 447, Rt. 940
Pottsville is the county seat of Schuylkill, located north-west of Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania’s coal region. Pottsville is also located right off Rt. 209 and can be easily accessed from the highway. The City of Pottsville became the county’s transportation hub for STS (Schuylkill Transportation System) bus service throughout the county. It also accommodates Trailways and Greyhound bus services.
Pottsville is the home of D.G. Yuengling & Son the oldest operated family brewery in the United States. Pottsville is the classic town that exemplifies Pennsylvania’s coal regions with big Victorian homes, hills and delicious miner friendly food and beverages. OOH advertising in Pottsville offers a great value with a very targeted audience and excellent community integration.
Rt. 309, Rt. 443, Rt. 209, Rt. 61
Reading is the county seat of Berks County. Reading is located approximately halfway between Philadelphia and the state capital at Harrisburg, in Southeastern Pennsylvania. It can be easily accessed from both Rt. 12 and Rt. 422. Reading is the 5th most populated city in Pennsylvania. It has been known as the “Pretzel City” because of the many local pretzel bakeries. Reading is also located along a major transportation route from Central to Eastern Pennsylvania. Three of Reading’s highest employers are the Reading Hospital, Boscov’s, and the St. Joseph Medical Center. Reading is the home of the Reading Fightin Phils, a minor league affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Rt. 222, Rt. 61, Rt. 73, Rt. 183, Rt. 562, Rt. 100, Rt. 724
State College is home to Penn State University-Main Campus, Beaver Stadium and the Penn State Nittany Lions football team. State College is dominated economically and demographically by the University. State College can be easily accessed from both Rt. 26 and Rt. 322. Kegerreis’ digital billboard in State College is along Rt. 322 in Centre County and their vertical digital billboard is in Philipsburg, in neighboring Clearfield County. Posters and bulletins billboards can be found near Philipsburg, PA. An affordable option for advertisers is Kegerreis’ bus shelters, which are found throughout Centre County, PA.
Digital, Posters, Bulletins, and Bus Shelters
Wilkes-Barre is the county seat of Luzerne County. Located at the center of the Wyoming Valley it is frequently paired with the nearby city of Scranton as a media market. Wilkes-Barre and the surrounding Wyoming Valley are framed by the Pocono Mountains to the east, the Endless Mountains to the west and the Lehigh Valley to the south. Rt. 309 goes directly through Wilkes-Barre, giving the town easy access to the highway.
Scranton is the 6th largest city in the Commonwealth of PA. It is the county seat of Lackawanna County and is also the central point for the federal court of the area. Rt. 11 runs through Scranton and it is surrounded by I-476 and I-81, with I-81 cutting into the southern part of Scranton. Tunkhannock is the county seat of Wyoming, PA. Today, in Tunkhannock, many residents are employed by the Procter & Gamble plant in nearby Washington Township. Rt. 6 and Rt. 29 both run through Tunkhannock and give it easy access to the highways.
Rt. 11, Rt. 6, Rt. 590, Rt. 309, Rt. 92
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Williamsport is the largest city in Lycoming County and North Central Pennsylvania. Williamsport is the county seat of Lycoming PA. It is the birthplace of Little League baseball and South Williamsport continues to host the Little League World Series every year. Recently, interest has grown in extracting natural gas in the Williamsport area. Another notable resource is the Lycoming aircraft engines which is a division of the Avco Corporation.
Rt. 220, Rt. 15, Rt. 973, Rt. 654
York is in the South-Central region of Pennsylvania and is the 11th largest city in Pennsylvania. The city has been called an “architectural museum,” because the downtown features numerous well-preserved historic structures. Heavily traveled interstate 83 runs through York giving easy access to surrounding cities, Harrisburg and Baltimore. Likewise, Rt. 30 run directly through York connecting it to neighboring cities, Gettysburg and Lancaster.
Hanover is well-known as the snack food capital of the world. Hanover is home to numerous brands such as Utz, Snyder’s of Hanover and Hanover Brands foods. Codorus State Park just outside the borough is a favorite for anglers and boaters alike. If you have ever wanted to tour a potato chip factory, find the world’s finest harness racing horses, or eat what is possibly the most famous hot weiner anywhere, then Hanover is a must see town on your tour.
8x16, Poster, Digital, Permanent Bulletin, Bus Shelter
Rt. 30, I-83, Rt. 74