Ferry to Provide Free Trips to Fairway

Angrisani, Carol
May 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;5/23/2013, p2
Blog Entry
The article announces that New York Water Taxi ferries will be available for free, operating from lower Manhattan to Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York City in summer 2013.


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