Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Metro Light Rail Celebration Exbitor and Volunteers Needed

With celebrations across the 20-mile alignment and more than 200,000 people expected, METRO light rail is seeking volunteer support for the launch of Arizona’s first light rail system on December 26, 27 and 28, 2008.

Volunteers, or “METRO Ambassadors,” are needed to support the many aspects of a launch party this large. Ambassadors will be asked to perform such key duties as greeting and queuing passengers at station platforms; providing information about the days’ events and how the light rail system works; assisting in set-up and break-down of the events; and monitoring for safety.

METRO Ambassadors will receive proper training, including an up-close look at the METRO light rail system, a uniform as well as a “token” of METRO’s appreciation. So, if you’re a train fanatic, transportation enthusiast or just interested in being a part of this historic event, we have a grand opening post for you.

A complete outline of the volunteering opportunities are available at:

Complete the volunteer application at:

A complete outline and application of exhibitor opportunities are available at:

The deadline to apply is November 14.

Source: Metro Light Rail

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