There’s a billboard with Birmingham on it in San Francisco—find out why

Birmingham Business Alliance announces Landing’s new home
Birmingham gets a shoutout in San Francisco. Photo via Birmingham Business Alliance

Birmingham news spotted in San Francisco! Birmingham Business Alliance leased a digital billboard in downtown San Francisco to let everyone know Landing’s headquarters is coming to The Magic City.

Landing isn’t just in Birmingham

Fully furnished apartment, what could be better. Photo via Landing

Landing makes your life a little easier. Their apartments come fully-furnished. Also, they include high-tech items, like WiFI and a TV. Are you living in Birmingham for only a few months? Landing has you covered with lease options from one to 12 months. Even better, you can easily relocate to another apartment in another city. Cities with their apartments include:

  • Atlanta
  • Austin
  • Denver
  • Nashville
  • Seattle
  • Miami

Headquarters find a home in Birmingham

Get excited Birmingham because this San Francisco business is coming to town. The headquarters will be in downtown Birmingham in the John Hand Building. Landing’s CEO and founder, Bill Smith, is a Birmingham native. So, he’s ready to come back home.

“As a Birmingham native, relocating our headquarters and expanding our Alabama team was a natural transition.

I’m excited by the opportunity to continue to scale Landing and bring new jobs and economic opportunities to my community.”

Bill Smith, CEO and Founder, Landing

In order to make this move a reality, the State of Alabama, Jefferson County and the City of Birmingham partnered together. Because of the 800+ jobs, the local economy will for sure take a boost with the headquarters coming to town.

Goodbye San Francisco, hello Bham

Birmingham Business Alliance is proud to let San Francisco know of Landing’s new home. So, they let the Bay area know with a big billboard.

“We’re pretty proud Landing picked Birmingham. 

It’s the largest headquarter relocation within the past couple years in the nation.”

Ron Kitchens, CEO, Birmingham Business Alliance

Birmingham Business Alliance does not only recruit companies, but individuals. Kitchens said he heard back from people interested in moving to Birmingham for a job at Landing or at other Magic City companies.

That’s what I call effective advertising

Are you excited about Landing coming to Birmingham? Tag us @bhamnow to let us know!

Selah Vetter
Selah Vetter
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