Outdoor Media in

Dallas TX



OOH Locations - Independent Storefronts


Year WNDW Entered Dallas TX

WNDW has worked with numerous clients to extend their reach in ways that traditional out-of-home has not been able to provide. Some campaigns we have worked on in Dallas include Aetna Health, ABC TV, Facebook Small Business, and PayPal touchless payment services, all of which were nationwide OOH advertising campaigns that needed to reach demographics at the hyper-local level. We incorporated our unique Small Business Direct program for PayPal, which included installing street-level storefront posters and running mobile app demos for our partner venue management, as well as delivering customized reporting back to PayPal. WNDW can help you or your clients “Be Seen” using our WindowPoster™ Displays, Digital Integration, Experiential Marketing and Small Business Direct programs.

Dallas today is a cosmopolitan city known for its high concentration of restaurants and shopping centers. The population density is unusually low for a major metropolitan area, reflecting the predominance of single-family homes. The city is ethnically diverse, with less than half its population being of European descent. About one-fourth of the residents are African American, and more than one-third are Hispanic.

Here’s a tidbit that might surprise you: German chocolate did not come from Germany, but really originated in 1957 in…Dallas. The cake was named after American chocolate maker Samuel German who created a formulation of dark baking chocolate which was then used in the cake’s recipe. Yum!

Neighborhood coverage in:


Arts District, Deep Ellum, Design District, Downtown DAL, East Dallas, Greenville DAL, Highland Park, North Dallas, North East Dallas, Oak Lawn, Plano, South Blvd Park Row, University Park, West End DAL, White Rock

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