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High demand for LPIA advertising space

Calls are already pouring in for advertising space in the new Lynden Pindling International Airport, with the Bahamas Airport Advertising(BAA)company currently allocating the advertising locations for Phase 1 just weeks before its grand opening.

“This first phase is a truly remarkable work of architecture, engineering and functionality,”stated John Charles Bethel, president of the BAA.”Every Bahamian will be very proud of owning the most premier airport in the Caribbean. We are very excited to be part of the team responsible for putting the best technology and advertising presentations together for our clients in the new airport. We have been inundated with phone calls and e-mails asking for advertising placement in Phase 1.”

The BAA has already filled a number of advertising locations and highly suggests that potential advertisers should schedule an appointment immediately to ensure a great spot, said a statement sent yesterday toGuardian Business.

The BAA started work with the Nassau Airport Development Company in 2007. Phase 1 will have some 2.2 million plus passengers arriving and departing, which would make it the best visible advertising location in The Bahamas. NAD’s Vice-president, Commercial Development John Spinks and the firm’s Vice-president of Marketing and Communication Vernice Walkine added

“With the airport set to open Phase 1 by early March, everyone is incredibly excited and very proud of the construction companies and the teamwork with NAD to bring this facility together for The Bahamas.”

Anyone interested in advertising can e-mail the BAA at or by phone at 364-1032 to schedule a meeting.

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