Selling rights has proved to be more popular with transit officials than advertisers. New York and Philadelphia have tried the game with only limited success.
The CTA today put out a pitch to sell businesses naming rights and sponsorships to 11 rail stations, mostly on the North Side and downtown as well as at both Chicago airports.
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