Not to get all philosophical, but our philosophy is simple: to evolve the way brands get their messages through by continuing to exist at the forefront of innovative design, emerging technologies and social purpose within the out-of-home space.


Our Story

For more than three decades, we have delivered innovative, efficient and effective out-of-home campaigns, utilizing both traditional and non-traditional approaches.

What began in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in 1984 with prime outdoor advertising opportunities throughout the New Jersey, Philadelphia and New York markets, has quickly evolved into one of the fastest-growing outdoor advertising companies in the nation.

In 2000, we reached a significant milestone with the acquisition of the R.C. Maxwell Company - the earliest and most enduring outdoor advertising company in the country. This acquisition earned us the title of largest out-of-home advertising company based in the state of New Jersey.

Today, we are considered one of the most progressive companies of its kind, bringing new products and opportunities to the most desired markets in the United States.  

We provide an unmatched depth of knowledge, experience and understanding when it comes to all things out-of-home and remain committed to the vision, values and dedication to outstanding customer service that we began with so many years ago.

News and Announcements
Billboards Honor Fallen Temple University Police Officer

Interstate CEO and Temple Trustee, Drew Katz, generously contributed to the university’s Fallen Heroes Fund, while also donating billboards, and calling on colleagues in the out-of-home industry to do the same, to help honor the memory of Sergeant Christopher Fitzgerald, who was killed in the line of duty. Read more

Zero Tolerance for Discrimination

We stand in solidarity with the AAPI community in the fight against anti-Asian hate crimes and any violence perpetrated against any member of this community. Read more.

‘Wear a Friggin’ Mask!’

Thirty Interstate billboards throughout New Jersey, featuring native sons Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Jon Stewart, helped launch the first phase of a “Mask Up” campaign, spearheaded by New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy and the NJ Pandemic Relief Fund. Read more.

The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund

Drew Katz organized the Out-of-Home industry to donate hundreds of digital billboard spots to the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund (“NJPRF”). Thanks to this collective effort, the NJPRF is displaying a series of community outreach and public service messages across the entire state of New Jersey.

Birthday Billboard

Chris Ferry received more than 15,000 calls and hundreds of well-wishing texts when his sons purchased a billboard telling passers-by to wish their dad a happy birthday. We couldn’t be more excited to have one of our Atlantic City billboards become the center of a feel-good story, which caught the attention of everyone from local news outlets to Live with Kelly and Ryan. Click here to watch the segment. 

Friday Night Lights

Drew Katz joined Camden High School alumni, football players and school district officials to celebrate the unveiling of a brand new scoreboard on the newly renamed football field honoring his late father and Camden High alum, Lewis Katz. The Katz Foundation pledged $300K in donations to improve the Panther’s home field, starting with the state-of-the-art scoreboard.

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