BeSeen Outdoor, Inc. was established in the summer of 2006. The company was founded by Joe Fendig and Ben Jones. BeSeen Outdoor, Inc. officially launched January 2007 with the acquisition of Sikes Outdoor Advertising Co. in Hinesville, Ga. Soon after, the company grew its footprint of sign inventory into the Richmond Hill and Brunswick, Ga. markets.
BeSeen Outdoor, Inc. currently owns and operates over 215+ static faces and 12 digital bulletins in Southeast Coastal Georgia. Our markets stretch from Savannah, GA to Camden County along I-95 and into Hinesville/Ft. Stewart, GA to the west. More specifically, our counties include: Bryan, Liberty, McIntosh, Glynn and Camden.
In 2022, the Company underwent ownership changes. Joe Fendig retired from the Company and allowed Andrew Milligan to become a partner in the business. The current partners (Ben Jones & Andrew Milligan), are forever grateful to Joe Fendig for his vision in helping to birth the Company. Joe brought wisdom, experience (40+ years and (3) generations in the billboard business), and business expertise to help grow BeSeen Outdoor from a vision to a viable and flourishing company.
BeSeen Outdoor, Inc. is a full service outdoor company providing complete billboard art design and display production. Our turnaround times are some of the fastest in the industry, averaging (7) days from contract signing to display posting.
Our mission is to provide a world class advertising experience, serve our clients with the highest customer service, and form lifelong working relationships. Our main objective is to help our customers GROW THEIR BUSINESS!
So Why Outdoor?
- Approximately 3.3 times as many prospect impression per dollar than radio
- More than 3 times as many prospect impressions per dollar than television
- More than 6.6 times as many prospect impressions per dollar than newspapers
- More than 5.5 times as many prospect impressions per dollar than magazines
- And 10.3 times as many prospect impressions per dollar than the cost of direct mail
Latest Research Findings on the Effectiveness of Outdoor Advertising
- Earlier this year Arbitron conducted over 1,800 telephone interviews to investigate how Americans’ travel habits have changed since the 2003 In-Car Study.
- In the 2009 In-Car Study, Arbitron found 98 percent of US residents 18 or older have driven or ridden in a vehicle in the last month.
- The average American spends about 20 hours in a car per week and travels more than 200 miles in that time. That is a 31 percent increase since 2003.
- Seventy-one percent of travelers often look at the messages on roadside billboards and more than one-thired report looking at an outdoor ad each or most of the time they pass one.
- Americans are mobile consumers.