According to the Outdoor Advertising Association of America, or OAAA, advertising companies do sometimes use individual discretion to refuse ads that might be deemed offensive in certain communities.
What does OAAA stand for?
OAAA stands for Outdoor Advertising Association of America
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We have 3 other meanings of OAAA in our Acronym Attic
- Oxford Aviation Academy (various locations)
- Radar Test Equipment (US Navy)
- Observer's Assessment of Alertness/Sedation (also seen as OAAS)
- Oceania Amateur Athletic Association (Australia)
- Office of African American Affairs
- Olympic Area Agency on Aging (Port Hadlock, WA)
- Open Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (cardiovascular medicine)
- Osaka Association of All Athletics (Japan)
- Out and About Australia (student program)
- Ohio Association of Area Agencies on Aging
- Österreichischer Arbeiter und Angestellten Bund
- Ontario Air Ambulance Base Hospital Program (Canada)
- Ontario Alliance for Action on Brain Injury (Canada)
- Office of Affirmative Action Compliance (Los Angeles, CA)
- Ogontz Avenue Art Company (est. 1994; Philadelphia, PA)
- Oklahoma Association for Academic Competition
- Outdoor Advertising Association of Canada (Ontario, Canada)
- Ozark Area Arthritis Club (Missouri)
- Ozarks Amateur Astronomers Club (Missouri State University)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Currently, 400 of them are digital billboards, and their numbers are estimated to grow tenfold within the next decade, according to the Outdoor Advertising Association of America.
The next organization to help the campaign was the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA), a trade group composed of billboard owners.
Hal Brown, a vice president of Gannett's billboard division and chairman of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America, dished out $4,500 to congressional candidates during the 1985-86 election cycle; but a Gannett spokesman huffed at the idea that the donations might be newsworthy.