Yahoo’s Bay Bridge Billboard Removed After 12-Year Legacy
Iconic Yahoo billboard taken down via the Associated Press reports that Yahoo’s “iconic” billboard has been taken down after 12 years of standing tall and proud on the highway as you approached the Bay Bridge.
The billboard space is managed by Clear Channel and currently is being offered at an extremely low rate of $65,000 per month. Yahoo, who has not been seeing that much growth over the recent years, said they are looking for “new and innovative ways” to advertise and market themselves.
Removing the classic billboard is just one more symbolic nail in the coffin for Yahoo.
For more pictures of the Yahoo billboard being removed, see MercuryNews.com.
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