DULLES, Va. (FOX 5 DC) -- Advertising may be getting even more inescapable. A company wants to put ads on rooftops near Dulles International Airport, giving businesses a chance to take their message to new heights.
A company called Prologis owns warehouses and distribution centers across the country including in Sterling, a few miles from the airport. This week the company asked Loudoun County if it can start selling ads to put on its rooftops, a plan first reported by Washington Business Journal.
A spokesman for Loudoun County says Prologis should have an answer on whether it can move forward in 90 days or less.
In an email to the county, the company said it's already doing these rooftop ads in other major cities including Atlanta and Oakland.
According to what Prologis submitted to the county, a 60,000 square foot ad would run a business about $4,000 a month.
The company declined to comment to FOX 5.