Pepsi advertising for COVID-19 billboard campaign

Advertisers looking for a way to get their ads into more places are now getting one.

The nation’s largest soda maker, PepsiCo, has announced plans to start airing a nationwide campaign in the United States on billboards advertising for a nationwide COVID prevention program called COVID Alert.

The initiative is intended to give people the opportunity to stay up to date on the latest news and information about COVID and COVID related events, according to a statement by PepsiCo.

The program will be run by the Public Affairs, Advertising and Public Relations Department at the PepsiCo headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colo.

The PepsiCo campaign will feature commercials in local print newspapers, on television and radio, on social media and in digital form, according the Pepsico statement.

The campaign will start with a television ad, which will be shown in major metropolitan areas in the U.S. and Canada.

It will also be available on a mobile app, and on a variety of digital platforms.

The PepsiCo ad is scheduled to run in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.

The initiative is part of PepsiCo’s commitment to promote public health through innovative advertising and public outreach.

The campaign will be a part of the company’s “Coca-Cola 365” initiative, which launched earlier this year and aims to encourage the beverage industry to reach out to the public and promote healthier lifestyles.

PepsiCo has been an advertiser in the country since at least 2004, when it began airing an ad campaign to promote its brand.

Since then, the company has continued to run television ads, radio ads and digital advertising campaigns for PepsiCo products.

In a statement to The Associated Press, PepsiCola said it’s committed to the “caring, caring, caring” public health message of the campaign.