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January 15, 2014

Texas' DCTA launches new marketing campaign

The agency is looking to increase A-train ridership by encouraging current and potential passengers to ride its commuter rail to avoid heavy traffic on I-35E for a hassle-free commute.


March 7, 2013

N.C. transit wins awards for videos

Triangle Transit and GoTriangle have been honored with three national transit awards for the video “#flipfortransit.” “#flipfortransit” was released in September 2012, after seeing four athletes that used free running and parkour on the North Carolina State University campus. They were filmed using public transit to get around Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh.


January 30, 2012

Sapa Extrusions launches marketing campaign

Along with a new ad campaign, in the coming weeks Sapa is going live with a promotional website that illustrates the broad spectrum of services and capabilities behind "Aluminology."


January 14, 2011

Operation Lifesaver launches Chicago safety campaign

The television safety campaign, targeting 18 to 34 year olds and Hispanic viewers, is aimed at preventing vehicle-train tragedies in the Chicago area, where crossing incidents increased in 2010.


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