Gaithersburg ponders naming rights
First Metro and now Gaithersburg?
Faced with a looming budget deficit, Gaithersburg officials are considering selling naming rights to some city facilities and offering corporate sponsors the chance to sponsor city events, NBC 4 reports. City leaders say they won't do business with tobacco, alcohol or firearms sellers, and they'll also avoid any offensive names.
Meanwhile, at their meeting on Thursday, Metro officials raised the possibility of selling naming rights to the system's train stations.
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| January 14, 2011; 11:28 AM ET
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