The OOH Industry in The Music City


The 2023 OAAA/GEOPATH Media Conference.

Will you be there? We will!

It’s looking more and more promising as the final pieces and agenda are coming together. Brought to us this year by the OAAA team led by Anna Bager, with Geopath in the supporting role, the guest speakers and breakout sessions are ready to go.

The conference will be formatted a bit differently this year, with the main stage on Tuesday splitting off into three different “tracks” so people can attend the presentations that are most relevant to their business, or whatever interests them the most. There will also be “town hall” style events later in the day, much like in years past. 

Please keep an eye out for us? Would be great to catch up!


WNDW in Nashville, TN:

22 Neighborhoods, 838 Locations, 100% Independent

WNDW first landed in Nashville in 2010, and while it’s not the largest city in our network, it ranks among the most requested outside of the top 10. 

Nashville is perhaps best known as the capital of country music with the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the city’s famous music-centric neighborhoods; Music Row district, The Gulch and East Nashville, where WNDW has run OOH advertising campaigns for some A-list artists such as Alan Jackson and Sheryl Crow.

Industries like health care, education, manufacturing, publishing, insurance and finance are now major contributors to Nashville’s modern economy. Regions Bank, a local financial institution in the area, recently employed WNDW to target audiences at the hyper-local level with our WindowPoster™ storefront billboards.

Nashville is relatively affordable compared to many other major U.S. cities, and since Tennessee is one of the few states that doesn’t have an income tax, the city is one of the fastest growing in the U.S. The average age of a Nashville resident skews slightly younger as well. With universities in the area including Vanderbilt, Belmont, Lipscomb, Tennessee State, Fisk and Trevecca Nazarene, a steady stream of students move to the region every year. Nashville is not just a college town, though. It’s also filled with families who take up residence in the surrounding communities such as Mt. Juliet, Brentwood and Hendersonville, and young professionals who often live in Nashville itself.

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