MIDDLE RIVER, Md. - Forget billboards and pop up ads, fire trucks are the new way to go to advertise your company.
Middle River Volunteer Fire Co. is trying a new way to raise money.
The company debuted its first advertiser's logo Carroll Home Services affixed to the side of its engine Monday.
The volunteer station said 45 percent of its budget comes from the county. The fire company has to come up with the rest of the funding on its own. Right now, the ad space is taken but they would be willing to put ads on their website if companies were interested.
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