Temporary Vacant Storefront Window Signs" in effect allowing billboards to be placed on vacant storefronts all over the city.
Well, guess who represents a company that specializes in storefront advertising?
You guessed it!
The Phantom Mayor himself, Armando Gutierrez.
Pearl Media "specializes in converting vacant retail storefronts into advertising opportunities."
They "afford advertisers the opportunity to 'own the streets' with a reach, frequency and impact that isn't possible through traditional outdoor methods. We offer a powerful medium that transforms windows of vacant retail real estate into engaging high impact advertisements."
It also lines the pockets of well connected lobbyists.
More billboards, just what the City of Miami needs.
Tomas will stop at nothing to help the Phantom Mayor.
And with Mark Siffin throwing around millions for more billboards, even at Bicentennial Park, soon Miami will be known for the visual pollution, and that includes covering the entire city with tacky billboards.
Just look at the MRC...