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ODOT To Sell Advertising and Sponsorships at Interstate Rest Areas
September 24, 2012
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has signed a contract with Travelers Marketing, of Wellesley, Mass., to run an advertising, sponsorship and naming rights program for the state's 45 rest areas along interstate highways. The state DOT also wants to sell naming rights and sponsorships for bridges, interchanges and unique stretches of road.
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