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Success is measured in many ways, but when it comes to celebrations and get-togethers, it’s usually pretty obvious whether the event is a success, judging by the amount of people that show up.
Atomic City Transit celebrated its first birthday with a get-together on Central Avenue and for them, success was measured in hot dogs. Transportation Division Manager Nancy Talley said that by 1 p.m., they had given away 1,300 hot dogs.
She said that earlier in the day, the lawn in front of Fuller Lodge was jam-packed with people who showed up to celebrate with ACT. The line of revelers even extended down the street.
Partygoers enjoyed giveaways, free food and balloons for the kids. They were also able to sign up for prize drawings that included donations from several local businesses such as Brownell’s, CB Fox, the Coffee Booth, Otowi Bookstore, Pajarito Mountain Ski Area, Ruby K’s and Village Arts.
ACT riders also got the chance to check out the new Ride Guide, which contains information about ACT’s new Enhanced AM and PM Peak Services.
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