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Titan Worldwide Wins AC Transit Contract

Out-of-Home Leader On Track to Dominate Bay Area Market

New York, NY–June 15, 2009–Titan Worldwide has increased its position in the San Francisco Bay Area transit advertising space by winning the contract to sell advertising on AC Transit, servicing Alameda and Contra Costa counties.

Having won the contract from CBS Outdoor, Titan will begin selling ads on July 1, 2009. Titan secured the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) contract in October 2008 and with the new AC Transit contract, now reaches nearly 169 million commuters annually in the San Francisco, Oakland and East bay areas.

"The Bay Area is a center for public transportation and is now becoming one of our largest markets," said Donald Allman, President and CEO of Titan Worldwide. "With Bay Area commuters very aware of their carbon footprint, the transit system is of utmost importance to the area. This contract gives us the opportunity to reach even further into communities, which is appealing to advertisers looking to reach a wide-range of commuters, while also providing the city with an annual revenue stream through the advertising we sell."

AC Transit consists of 682 buses across its 105 bus lines. Approximately 1.5 million people live in AC Transit's 364 square mile service area.