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Any of our marketing folks know what it would cost to put a billboard up in San Antonio? Asking for a friend. 

it could say “MEAN GREEN COUNTRY” I know other schools boosters have taken out similar trolling billboards before...

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6 hours ago, Prettylittleeagle said:

Any of our marketing folks know what it would cost to put a billboard up in San Antonio? Asking for a friend. 

it could say “MEAN GREEN COUNTRY” I know other schools boosters have taken out similar trolling billboards before...

Or we could fly a banner between Asstin and San Antonio...

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10 hours ago, Prettylittleeagle said:

Any of our marketing folks know what it would cost to put a billboard up in San Antonio? Asking for a friend. 

it could say “MEAN GREEN COUNTRY” I know other schools boosters have taken out similar trolling billboards before...

Fly it right at 1604 and La Cantera, so every UTSA student has to see it.

3 hours ago, Rudy said:

Or we could fly a banner between Asstin and San Antonio...

THEN fly this one right at I-35 and 12 St. so every UT student has to see it.

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12 hours ago, Prettylittleeagle said:

Any of our marketing folks know what it would cost to put a billboard up in San Antonio? Asking for a friend. 

it could say “MEAN GREEN COUNTRY” I know other schools boosters have taken out similar trolling billboards before...

While at law school I drove by one every September at 10 & Cincinnati. Considering how many UNT peeps were at St. Mary's, it seemed like marketing to the converted. 

Otherwise, I've seen a whole bunch more billboards go up everywhere conceivable on the Dallas side. Which is good. Blow your ad budget out of the water in a year like this. 

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