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Ad-strips on M7's


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I haven't seen new trains tagged with graffiti but I saw one R68A NIS (B).

He's talking about actual advertisements not graffiti...

 

Anyway yea I just heard about this today from a new MTA Youtube video. On a side note the GCT shuttle trains now have temporary TV's in them from TBS to show baseball highlights.

 

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I spotted this set headed to layup at Jamaica this afternoon. Wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't advertising shit-tastic Cablevision services.

 

Snapped a quick pic of that set in layup on the tail tracks. And I agree, it would have been better if it isn't cablevision

 

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Man the (MTA) is desperate.Now there`s corporate graffiti on the M7`s?!!! Doesn`t look bad though:)

 

 

Well said St Louie. Personally i 'old school' and had prefer if (MTA) Chairman Walder made the ads inside the subway or rail car and even explore the option of station naming rights.

 

 

However If this means keep fares low/preventing more service cuts, I am all for it. :tup:

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Hmm it Makes it Look more Vibrant Compared to the all silver side and Black&yellow front.

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Just ad wrap the entire car, and gain more money with that.

 

You can also add some ad displays or ad wrap the interior as well for all I and any commuters care since everybody knows MTA has money and rehoycing themselves with more green.

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Just ad wrap the entire car, and gain more money with that.

 

You can also add some ad displays or ad wrap the interior as well for all I and any commuters care since everybody knows MTA has money and rehoycing themselves with more green.

 

I totally agree with ad-wraping the entire outside of it.

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