Washington (AP) The billboard industry has been hammered in recent years by a string of bad ads, which many companies blame on poor messaging.

The problem, however, is that the advertising industry is a notoriously difficult beast to reform.

For the past several years, the industry has struggled to find new ways to reach voters.

A billboard campaign, designed to make voters more aware of what’s in their local news, is one of several attempts that have come and gone over the past few years.

But these efforts haven’t come anywhere close to being successful.

The latest effort is the 2020 National Day of Remembrance for Advertisers, which was launched by Adweek and other outlets on Monday.

The goal is to highlight how some advertisers are putting ads that don’t align with the messages they want to convey.

The ads, for example, show a truck with a white “R” for “redneck” bumper sticker.

They’re supposed to evoke the image of the truck as a symbol of white supremacy.

But in reality, it’s a truck that represents the United States of America.

It’s also a truck owned by a trucking company that’s an important part of a coalition of companies that owns and operates thousands of billboards across the country.

In the end, it appears the message isn’t getting through.

The National Day for Remembrance has had its share of successes.

It was a big win for the billboard industry when it passed a law last year that bans political advertising on federal property.

The law was part of an effort to curb the influence of outside groups on American politics.

This year, Congress passed a bill that would have made it easier for advertisers to place ads on public land in the same way that they do on private property.

This legislation also includes a rule that prohibits the use of images of a person in a way that could suggest the person is endorsing or endorsing a political candidate or candidate’s political party.

In 2018, a federal judge ruled that the law violated the First Amendment and an appeals court agreed.

The American Advertising Association (AAA) and the National Advertising Federation (NAF) both agreed that the billboards were in violation of the First and Second Amendments.

The ASA said that “there is no compelling governmental interest in preventing commercial advertisements from being placed on public lands” and that the ads “violate the right to freedom of speech.”

And the NAF said the billboards violated the “free speech rights of the average American voter” and should be banned.

But some billboards are not violating the law.

They are simply not displaying ads that are clearly offensive.

The billboards at issue in this case don’t have any offensive images on them.

In fact, they appear to be the most recent in a long line of signs with offensive messages.

And the fact that the company that owns the billboard is owned by an influential lobbying group that supports gun control and other issues that are in the public interest is one that the Supreme Court has held to be protected speech.

This is not the first time billboards have been targeted.

The NRA’s billboard campaign in South Carolina in 2015 featured images of “naked pigs” with the slogan “God bless South Carolina.”

The billboards were also heavily criticized for featuring images of people dressed as animals and promoting the “nude pride” group Pride Month.

But the billboard campaign ended up generating positive press, even though it featured some offensive imagery.

It received criticism from some advertisers and the South Carolina legislature.

At the time, the company’s CEO told the Associated Press that he was surprised at the reaction.

“We thought that if people were offended by it, they’d be outraged,” Joe Torris told the AP.

“They were, but that’s not how we were marketed.”

The billboard campaign at issue is still running in South Africa.

It features images of naked men with the caption “God forbid, that we are a nation of pigs.”

The campaign is still in the news, however.

South Africa’s Supreme Court recently upheld the ban on the billboard ads, and South Africa has decided to remove them.

The Supreme Court ruled that there is no constitutional right to free speech, and it did so by banning the billboards, which were part of the company, and prohibiting the advertisement of its products and services.

The company has appealed the ruling to the South African Supreme Court.

And, the American Advertising Federation and the NAUF have filed suit in federal court in Texas to prevent the billboard from being reinstated.

In a statement, Torris said that the billboard advertising has become a distraction from the message of the American people, the message that we’re all Americans, and that this billboard campaign is not an attack on anyone’s beliefs.

“The billboard campaign has been successful because it has been a powerful and positive message for a long time, but it has also been effective in generating media coverage and a lot of media attention,” he said.

“Now, that’s been done with the most powerful weapons available, namely, ads, billboards, and the Internet.” He