Las Vegas Billboards (LVB), Nevada’s largest local family-owned billboard company, hired Blake Bradley as its newest account executive. His hiring is part of LVB’s aggressive growth campaign to further expand its Las Vegas market presence and broaden its reach for a growing range of local and national advertisers.
Bradley is a Las Vegas native and brings nearly two decades of media advertising sales experience to his role at LVB. His background includes print, radio, transit, mobile and traditional billboards, including five years with Clear Channel Outdoor and most recently as Regional Sales Manager with Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising. Bradley, a UNLV graduate, is a founding member of Project 150, which collaborates with local high schools to help disadvantaged students earn diplomas.
“Blake has a strong background in the out of home media and billboard industry as well as our community,” said Las Vegas Billboards Owner, Chad Harris. “With more than 100 years of media sales experience collectively, our sales team of Todd Friedman, Rick Kramer and Chris Madsen along with Blake provides clients an exceptional understanding of most advertising mediums and billboard marketing. As a boutique billboard company, we believe we are providing a service, not a product. Delivering the best possible experience to our clients, along with our great billboard locations, is our number one goal.”
Bradley said, “When the opportunity to work for Las Vegas Billboards presented itself, I was intrigued. I worked for a family-run business once before and it was one of the best job experiences I had ever had. After meeting with Chad and Dave Harris I was convinced they had something special going on here and I wanted to be a part of it. Everyone is treated as family at Las Vegas Billboards. With the growth here in Las Vegas and the company’s plans for the future, I’m happy to be on the team.”
Las Vegas Billboards LLC. has served the Las Vegas Valley for more than 30 years and was an early Las Vegas pioneer of digital billboards. LVB provides advertisers with 20 percent to 30 percent more ad time than the Las Vegas industry standard and offers in-house graphic artist services. Approved images can be uploaded to a digital billboard within minutes. LVB, founded in 1987 by U.S. Army veteran Dave Harris, is now operated by his son Chad Harris, a board member of The Public Education Foundation, which seeks to improve education for Nevada children.