Bishopp Acquires Regional Company Billboards Central

Bishopp Acquires Regional Company Billboards Central

Outdoor advertising company Bishopp has acquired Billboards Central, adding 127 assets to the company’s widespread reach across Queensland.

With the new sites located in Rockhampton and within its surrounds, this exciting update to Bishopp’s inventory strengthens the company’s presence within central Queensland.

Bishopp CEO Brad Bishopp said: “It’s great to see further growth of Bishopp within the central region, close to where the business first originated in the Wide Bay.

“It takes Bishopp’s total count to over 1000 faces, which is a huge milestone.”

The company has serviced regional Queensland for over 15 years and has always had a strong focus to support small and local businesses, as well as national brands.

Bishopp sales representative Robert Latoeperissa will be orchestrating the takeover of each site and is looking forward to the next few months.

Latoeperissa said: “The addition of these sites will solidify our presence within the community of Rockhampton.

“I’m excited to be a part of this growth within the company, and to have the opportunity to work closely with local businesses within these areas.”

With a presence already established by the popular Rockhampton CBD digital site, the Bishopp team are confident that the new sites will contribute to its continued expansion.

The new billboards can be found within Rockhampton, Bajool, Gracemere, Kabra, Kalapa, Lakes Creek, Midgee, Milman, Port Curtis, The Caves, The Common, Bondoola, Hidden Valley and Ironpot.

 




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