Corporate sponsors sought for West Virginia Turnpike
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Parkways Authority is seeking corporate sponsors for the West Virginia Turnpike.
The agency announced plans Tuesday to launch the program for the 88-mile (142-kilometer) toll road in southern West Virginia.
Parkways Authority general manager Gregg Barr says in a statement that such sponsorships have proven to be a creative revenue generator.
Barr says the goal is to publish a request for proposals by the end of the year.
The turnpike carries traffic between Charleston and Princeton on Interstates 64 and 77.