'Where White People Meet' billboard taken down

Billboard Advertising Dating Site For White People Taken Down
WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH (KSTU) -- A billboard advertising the online dating site "Where White People Meet" has been taken down.

Dave Goldberg with Compass Billboards said the contract with Where White People Meet expired and that's why it was removed.

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He added it was not taken down because of complaints.

This is a billboard along SR 201 in West Valley City. What we know about it: http://via.fox13now.com/yT76M

Posted by Fox 13 News on Thursday, December 31, 2015

Sam Russell, creator of the dating site, said he wasn't happy about the decision and is working to get a new billboard up.

The billboard was located along State Route 201 in West Valley City between 5600 West and 7200 South.

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