The Town of Berkeley Springs is the County Seat of Morgan County West Virginia. Berkeley Springs is located right off Rt. 522 and can be easily accessed from the highway. Berkeley Springs is located in the West Virginia mountains and is only 90 minutes from the Washington/Baltimore metro area. Some of the most valued attributes of the city are its warm mineral springs, world class dining, blocks of shops, full-service spas and over 100 lodging services. Berkeley Springs is an excellent location to introduce niche brands with billboard marketing in rural areas or to reinforce leisure brands with large affluent consumer followings. Businesses which cater to tourists and community-based consumers also succeed with OOH advertising in Berkeley Springs WV.
Rt. 544, Rt. 9
Jefferson County is the easternmost county in the state of West Virginia. As of 2017, the US Census Bureau’s listed the Jefferson County population as 56,338 with a median household income of $69,753. The county seat is Charles Town. Jefferson County has a wide range of activities to offer including civil war history, unique boutiques, art galleries, and farmers markets. For those who like to test their luck at the slot machines – there is Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races! All these attractions make this area a travel destination! Due to unique zoning, the billboard coverage and OOH advertising we offer in Jefferson County is rare and unique!
Shepherdstown is home to Shepherd University home of the Shepherd Rams. The George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War is also located in Shepherdstown and is associated with the university. The town is in the northern end of the Shenandoah Valley and is famous for its purported population of ghosts.
Posters, Bulletins, Small Bulletins
Rt. 45. Rt. 9, Rt. 340, Rt. 51, Rt. 115
Martinsburg is a city and the county seat of Berkeley County, West Virginia. Martinsburg is the ninth largest municipality in the state of West Virginia and is one of the core cities in the Hagerstown-Martinsburg, MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. U.S. Route 11 runs through the center of the city, and Interstate 81 passes along the northern edge of the city giving people easy access to rapid transportation to points north and south of town. The high capacity roads leading in and out of the city also provide excellent opportunities for OOH advertising and some of West Virginia’s best billboard locations. Martinsburg’s major employers consist of retail, government, healthcare, and the army. There is an Amtrak station located in downtown Martinsburg, though primary transportation routes are dominated by I-81 and Rt. 11.
Poster, Square, Permanent Bulletin
I-81, Rt. 45