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Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CCO) today announced that the company’s Chicago office was awarded the Ad Council’s Silver Bell Award. The Silver Bell Award is presented annually to one outdoor company that exemplifies exceptional generosity and leadership in disseminating Ad Council public service messages. The Ad Council is a national non-profit organization and the largest producer of public service advertising in the U.S.
The Silver Bell Award was presented to CCO Chicago for the company’s commitment in providing pro-bono public service advertising for several organizations in 2012, including transit and roadside digital billboards, bulletins, posters and metro platform/concourse dioramas. The campaigns supported include:
Texting and Driving; and
“The Ad Council takes great pleasure in acknowledging the contributions of individuals and organizations that support our efforts to raise awareness of critical social issues facing our country,” said Karen Volkman, Managing Director, Midwestern region, The Ad Council. “We are proud to recognize Clear Channel Outdoor Chicago as a valuable partner that has donated a wide range of traditional and digital displays for our campaigns, helping us reach people throughout our community.”
“As the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization, it is incredibly important that we are able to further spread the word about our cause and initiatives so that we can continue to support people with autism and fund critical research,” said Liz Klug, executive director, Chicagoland chapter, Autism Speaks. “Through Clear Channel Outdoor’s help, visits to our Chicago home page increased by 72 percent year over year, and visits to autismspeaks.org from within Illinois increased by 63 percent during the same time period. The feedback has been tremendous and has significantly helped to raise our visibility in the state.”