ROSWELL, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Link Media Holdings, LLC (“Link”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Boston Omaha Corporation (NASDAQ:BOMN), is pleased to announce that Scott LaFoy has been named Chief Executive Officer of the Company. Mr. LaFoy has served as interim CEO since December 2019. He joined Link in May 2018 to manage Link's Merger and Acquisition activities. From 2015 to 2018, Mr. LaFoy served as General Manager for the Chattanooga division of Fairway Outdoor Advertising. From 1999 until its acquisition by Fairway Outdoor Advertising in 2015, Mr. LaFoy founded, owned and operated LaFoy Outdoor Advertising. From 1996 until 1999, he served as Regional President for Clear Channel Outdoor/Eller Media and Regional Director for its predecessor Universal Outdoor. Prior to that he served as General Manager for POA Acquisition Corp in Chattanooga, Myrtle Beach, and Orangeburg, SC, and began his career at Peterson Outdoor Advertising in Orlando in 1985. Mr. LaFoy has more than 34 years' experience in management of outdoor advertising businesses. Mr. LaFoy holds a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Minor in History from the University of Central Florida.
Mr. LaFoy said, “I am delighted to become the CEO of Link. This is a vibrant, rapidly growing company, with amazing employees, excellent billboard assets, and a very supportive parent company. I am very passionate about outdoor advertising, and I am excited to be able to lead this team into what I believe is a very bright future.”
Link Media Outdoor is a wholly owned subsidiary of Boston Omaha Corporation (NASDAQ: BOMN) – www.bostonomaha.com. Link operates approximately 5,600 billboard advertising faces in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Virginia, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Kansas.
For more information visit www.linkmediaoutdoor.com.
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