OAAA

AcronymDefinition
OAAAOutdoor Advertising Association of America
OAAAOffice of African American Affairs
OAAAOlympic Area Agency on Aging (Port Hadlock, WA)
OAAAOpen Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (cardiovascular medicine)
OAAAOut and About Australia (student program)
OAAAOceania Amateur Athletic Association (Australia)
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According to the OAAA, the trade group that represents billboard operators, 1998 revenues from the signs will total $2.
The OAAA was initially established as the Oman Accreditation Council (OAC) by Royal Decree in 2001.
He also highlighted the challenges facing the OAAA since its establishment mainly the lack of qualified human and financial resources.
In its Code of Industry Principles, the OAAA (http://www.
The OAAA offered to use the messages as their national public service campaign for 1999.
According to the OAAA, vehicle graphics are 7,200 percent more effective than billboards and 5,600 percent more effective than radio ads.
The professional appraisal community understands that the OAAA stance may or may not be correct, depending upon the circumstances.
Indeed, the OAAA have already advocated a move towards KPIs, as part of an environment in which transparent institutional comparisons can be drawn and used effectively.
The OAAA (Outdoor Advertising Association of America) and the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) have offered to provide their support by helping to extend the reach of the messages.
More people notice and remember car wraps than any other form of advertising, according to the OAAA, and as a one-off cost, vinyl wrapping offers a high return on investment.
He spoke about the establishment of the OAAA and its role in upgrading the quality of higher education institutions to meet the international standards.
Out of home may be one of the oldest advertising media, but this year's nominees demonstrate its continuing relevance in today's marketplace," said Stephen Freitas, OAAA chief marketing officer.