Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Jeremie Watkins Featured in Las Vegas Business Press

 In Mobile Billboards

Our managing partner and Co-founder of Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising, Jeremie Watkins was featured in The Las Vegas Business Press. He provided a brief background about himself, as well as discussing the ins and outs of our company.

We’re thrilled that our passionate boss had the chance to rave about the industry he loves so much. Jeremie gives his honest opinion on where he sees the industry growing and what it takes to stay ahead of the game. His passion is easily felt throughout the office, and it’s awesome that others will have the opportunity to experience this as well.

Learn more about the company’s fleet and advertising options, his plans for the future of Kre8 Media, and why he’s such a stickler for safety.

Jeremie Watkins, managing partner, Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising

(courtesy of Las Vegas Business Press)

Jeremie Watkins founded Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising in 2012. The outdoor media advertising executive saw one of Shaun Habibian’s digital billboards and contacted him immediately. A year later, the two men were partners and on their way to building a mobile billboard company with 42 trucks and 202 employees based in a 25,000-square-foot warehouse at 4050 W. Harmon Ave.

Watkins said his company has roughly half of the 70 to 80 outdoor billboard trucks in the Las Vegas Valley. He said his business grew, even in the post-recession years, because it offered affordable advertising.

He declined to give yearly revenue, but he did say 2016 “has been wonderful.”

He sees the industry growing in numbers, technology and sophistication. He sees more digital boards with high-tech beacons that will broadcast messages to nearby smartphones and souped-up trucks that can double as giant video games at special events.

Meanwhile, he and his design team have created unique mobile billboards that feature moving parts, such as the spinning wheel on the sign that promotes the “KÀ” show; or the giant beer keg, which tourists sometimes mistake for the real thing, for the Beerhaus at The Park on the Strip.

Much appreciation to Lyn Collier for the insightful questions and thoughtful article written about Jeremie.

You can read the entire Q&A here.

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