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MTA still looking at station sponsorship plans

by Benjamin Kabak

When last we heard about the MTA’s plan to sell station sponsorship rights, it was July of 2007. Well, nothing has happened in the intervening 13 months. However, the MTA would just like to take the time to remind you that, yes, they’re still thinking about it, and it might happen soon. There’s nothing like responding quickly to a financial opportunity in the midst of an economic crisis.

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2 comments

eric August 8, 2008 - 3:01 pm

I think this is a great idea. The MTA must force any company that “buys” a station in Manhattan to also buy an outer borough station. Like with the NFL you must buy tickets to all preseason games to buy season tickets.

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Alon Levy August 9, 2008 - 10:18 pm

If/when the company neglects its outer borough station, what can the MTA or the riders do about it?

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