Clear Channel has signed on to a campaign to help promote awareness in Boston of the neurological disease Multiple Sclerosis. As part of the campaign, Clear Channel will place messages about the illness on the digital billboards it controls in the Boston area. In addition, Clear Channel, which also manages advertising for Boston's South Station, will flash the color orange hourly on the station's digital billboards to symbolize the fact that a person is diagnosed with MS every hour. South Station's exterior lighting will also be changed to orange.
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APRIL 22, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - KAI GLOBAL MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS, INC.
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