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Section 24 campaigner David Heard has revealed the locations for the erection of 10 further billboards which will cost just £3,600 ‘all in’. This figure includes printing, pasting, VAT and rental of advertising space for two weeks. A copy of the invoice can be viewed via this link.
The image at the top of this article shows the slightly amended billboard text. Can you spot the difference?
Note the reference to Section24.info which is a stand alone website created purely for extension of the campaign.
The image below shows where the next 10 boards will be located, as well as traffic data statistics.
When funds allow, the next set of billboards will be placed further North.
This 10 extra billboards will be a fantastic boost for the campaign and will doubtless raise its profile and the funding of more billboards as well as local press coverage in the areas they appear in. Pictures of newly erected billboards to follow.
ACTION YOU CAN TAKE
The orange text links to other pages.
To spread the word, why not print an image of our Billboard onto a piece of A4 paper and ask your local shops (especially letting agents) to display it in their windows and on notice boards?
How about putting it in your car window?
Maybe you could send a copy to your local MP or Councillor?
Share this page on Facebook.
Let’s get creative!
Please share your ideas in the comments section below.
For more information about the billboard fundraising campaign please click the link below.
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