Tight budgets make advertising sales a more tempting option for schools
FARGO - School districts facing budget cuts around the nation are increasingly turning to advertising to make up the difference between declining revenues and rising costs.
In the Twin Cities area, some districts sell ads on websites or let firms wrap ads on wall lockers or put them on floors and walls of schools.
Elsewhere in the U.S., school buses are no longer just for moving students to and from school. They're moving billboards, too.
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