Shout it out loud and proud with Shoutable, the new wave of billboard technology. Shoutable is supporting the LGBTQ+ community this year by offering access to over 1600 digital billboards in 42 U.S. cities to share your story loud and proud, the way all should be.
Every year on October 11th, National Coming Out Day, we celebrate coming out as LGBTQ+. The purpose of National Coming Out Day is not only to celebrate those who’ve already come out, but to support those who choose to keep their identity a secret, or perhaps encourage someone to come out who’s been thinking about it. Shoutable.me is a new platform offering the everyday consumer the ability to purchase digital billboards from the palm of your hand for only $40, just as easy as an Instagram post.
From Time Square to the Vegas Strip, to bus stops and taxi tops, Shoutable gives both large and small creators the space to be seen and heard, blurring the line between advertising and social media. Whether you’re lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer, be proud of who you are and your support for LGBTQ+ equality this Coming Out Day!
Shoutable was first introduced by TikTok superstars, Charli and Dixie D’Amelio on Mother’s Day when the sisters surprised their mom Heidi with a collection of Shouts in Los Angeles, California. The girls took to their Instagram accounts to show their fans how easy it was to do, hours before taking their mom to see the supersized billboard the same day.
Since then, people from all over have shared their heartwarming Shout stories from Mother’s Day surprises to Father’s Day joy, including Ashlee Simpson-Ross who surprised her hubby, actor Evan Ross, with a Shout on Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles from her and the kids (Ziggy age 1, Jagger age 6, Bronx age 13).