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Wild Posting features larger sized Posters, also known as Snipes or Wheat Pastings, on the sides of buildings and construction sites on major streets. This form of outdoor advertising is striking and impossible to miss.Jr. Posters (8-Sheets) are small, cute and punch above their weight. Outdoor advertising’s flyweight contenders can be found on liquor stores, side streets and the occasional main thoroughfare.

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