Turning Billboard Management Over to Big Company

Hi everyone. I’m considering buying a double-faced billboard in north Florida on a major highway and have been contemplating entering an agreement with a major sign company to manage the sign, so I don’t have to spend time searching for advertisers myself. Does anyone know what the standard fee or percentage-of-revenue one would be expected to pay for this service?

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Hope it helps you in the future.

Billboard advertising costs roughly $1,500 to $4,000 in most small- to mid-size US cities, though it can dip as low as $250 in rural areas and can reach $14,000 or even higher in larger markets such as New York City.