Licensed Tube buskers may seek sponsorship

June 2002
Marketing Week;6/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 26, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that the London Underground has been given the approval to have licensed buskers in its stations in England. Consideration of creating sponsorship opportunities for advertisers.


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