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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Treebox Vodka Reports on Adopt a Bus Stop

Live near a bus stop and feeling slack in your neighborhood litter eradication duties? Treebox Vodka reports about WMATA's Adopt a Bus-Stop program. Adopting a stop commits you to keeping the stop clean, accessible and free of debris for a term of 6 months, 1 year or 2 years. In return, you get your name on the bus stop, a snazzy day glow orange vest, trash bags, and a sense of pride in making community more appealing.


rr 446 said...

an inner city neighborhood bustop is really high maintenance and not a good candidate for any adoption program.

martin said...

I'm signing up this week. I do this anyway, I may as well add their snazzy day glow vest to my collection of dayglow wear.

si said...

Its amazing what a city trash can can do for a bus stop. Maybe every stop should have one.