Locations

Billboards

At Alabama Outdoor Advertising (ALO), our boards are provided by Formetco, which means there are more LEDs per square foot for vivid colors, higher image quality and better fill factor. Our boards have the highest resolution available compared to other digital boards. At ALO, we always have the latest/greatest/newest technology to offer our clients!

Currently, we have three billboard locations to showcase, totaling five faces:

119 Board

1040 Oak Mountain Park Road, Pelham, Alabama 35124, United States

The 14’x48’ digital board is located at the intersection of I-65 and Highway 119 in Pelham, next to the entrance to beautiful Oak Mountain State Park. Its location is at the major thoroughfare that feeds Highway 119, Pelham, Alabaster, Helena and Hoover.

During peak hours in the evenings, traffic can often be slowed quite a bit leading up to Alabaster, causing for longer read times as motorists are heading home from Birmingham.

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Oxmoor Board

230 Green Springs Highway, Birmingham, Alabama 35209, United States

This 14’x48’ digital board is located at the intersection of I-65 near the Oxmoor Road exit in Homewood. This location reaches motorists heading towards Birmingham. It has excellent views and during peak hours in the mornings and evenings, traffic is often slowed to 35 MPH or less through this section of I-65 giving longer view times.

The Oxmoor Road exit leads to the highly desired Homewood, Vestavia, and Mountain Brook communities, as well as, Samford University, the Brookwood Hospital complex, Brookwood Village, Wildwood Shopping Centers, and the Ross Bridge community in Hoover. It’s also perfectly positioned to reach those consumers traveling into the downtown Birmingham areas and Southside areas.

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Vulcan Board

1901 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd S, Birmingham, Alabama 35209, United States

This is a single sided 10.6’x36’ 16mm digital display which provides HD quality pictures to potential consumers who are traveling into downtown, Southside and UAB areas via Richard Arrington Blvd.

It targets traffic traveling inbound from Homewood, Mountain Brook and Vestavia. It has a long unobstructed view from Valley Avenue to the top of the mountain before Richard Arrington Blvd drops down into the city.

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