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The Kansas City Streetcar Authority (KCSA) has issued a request for proposal to firms, organizations, companies or individuals interested in sponsoring a streetcar stop or vehicle.The proposer will work in partnership with KCSA to develop a sponsorship agreement that is "mutually beneficial to all parties," authority officials said in a press release. KCSA will continue accepting submissions until Jan. 29.Sponsorship of the line's 16 stops could provide the authority with $330,000 to $490,000 in revenue each year, according to KCSA's sponsorship proposal form.
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