On May 10, 1869, the “Jupiter,” officially known as Central Pacific Railroad #60, pulled in from the West at Promontory Summit, Utah, to meet the Union Pacific’s #119 from the East. The meeting of these two steam locomotives marks the beginning of one of the greatest periods in American and Utah history. The Golden Spike ceremony commemorates the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad. May 2019 marks the 150th anniversary of this historic event.
Learn About the History of the Transcontinental Railroad
This awareness study utilizes Reagan Outdoor Advertising’s poster billboard product which has excellent coverage throughout both the Wasatch Front and non-metro cities across the State of Utah. Reagan posters provide a great opportunity to create immediate awareness by blanketing the market with the advertiser’s message. Reagan’s Jupiter Train study is a prime example of this powerful and effective advertising strategy.
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Reagan Outdoor Advertising is pleased to partner with Spike 150 and organizations throughout the state celebrating the 150-year anniversary of the Golden Spike ceremony in Utah.
One of the most iconic and life-altering events in America’s history – the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad – happened in Utah on May 10, 1869. The Spike 150 initiative aims to inspire, educate, and reflect on the Transcontinental Railroad legacy as it unifies Utahns to see that great things are possible with vision, hard-work, dedication, innovation, and collaboration. More than 150 activities and events are planned in Utah in 2019 to commemorate the “Year of the Train.”Find a Celebration Event Near You