Helicopter

Bootcamp Lights, a Baltimore startup company, uses a helicoper with a 36-foot digital billboard to fly advertisements over rush-hour traffic. Shown is the chief pilot and co-owner, Rob Schapiro by their R22 (Robinson) helicopter.

( Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore Sun / November 28, 2011 )

Bootcamp Lights, a Baltimore startup company, uses a helicoper with a 36-foot digital billboard to fly advertisements over rush-hour traffic. Shown is the chief pilot and co-owner, Rob Schapiro by their R22 (Robinson) helicopter.

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