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In the 4 weeks a billboard is up it will reach hundreds of thousands of people.  Put up a few and you can reach a million people. Keep putting them up and eventually you’re spreading joy, optimism and inspiration to billions.  Now, that’s a lot of joy.

Billboards:

Want to be part of The Joy Team? Join us and help spread joy, optimism and inspiration.

THANK YOU Clear Channel Outdoor, Pacific Outdoor, Lamar Advertising and Adams Outdoor for providing the billboard space!

15 Responses so far.

  1. Great piece on KGW this morning… Keep up the good work!

    Check out http://saysomethingniceaboutcamden.org/, a similar effort in Camden, NJ. Would be great if Clear Channel was willing to donate space in that market as well!

  2. Oregon Realty Co. would like to sponsor one of these billboards. Please call me so I can get more information of where to donate $$. Thank you. Cheryle Clunes 503-594-2602

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  4. Mitch Anderson says:

    The billboard in Phoenix made me smile. Thank you!

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  8. michele says:

    Yay! That’s exactly what we hoped it would do! Thanks for letting us know, Mitch!

  9. Kristi says:

    These billboards are terrific. Every time I see them they really do make me smile.

  10. Pam D. says:

    I tried to start a similar campaign at my workplace 5 years ago. The negativity there was almost unbearable. It really is amazing when you change the negative mindset into positive conversation, how the atmosphere feels almost PHYSICALLY lighter!!
    Imagine what you can accomplish in whole cities & states! BRAVO!!
    Change the conversation… it’s contagious!!

  11. I found your fabulous website and project and loved it.

    I think your organization’s values are a perfect fit for the community I service. I am looking for powerful experts to showcase in my interview series, Joyful You: Create a Positive, Energetic Lifestyle Full of Happiness, Play and Fun and think you’re a great fit.

    I would love to feature your work to help people experience more joy and vitality in life.

    Does someone on The Joy Team ever do interviews? All interviews will be prerecorded to make it easier on your schedule.

    Let me know and I will take it from there.

    Thanks and smiles,
    Catherine

  12. Jana Bussell says:

    I was diagnosed with stage 2 esophageal cancer in January, after also finding out my gall bladder had to be removed. i had to have gall bladder surgery before starting cancer treatment. I have just been through my first week of chemo and radiation. Your billboard on Clay Rd between Campbell and Gessner in Houston, TX saying ” Everything will be OK”, was very inspiring to me. It gave me a lift when I was feeling very down. Thank you.

  13. Chris Davis says:

    I showed this to my students and we are in. How do I get setup with a billboard? We want to hang it at our school and spread some Joy.

  14. Saw my first sign today. It was much needed gratification. Thank you.

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