Property’s Morning Obsession: Free Library Killing It Lately

Of course you already know about the Free Library’s virtual installation at Suburban Station (we are somewhere toward the bottom on the hold list for the Tenth of December). But have you seen the library’s new subway ads lately?

The Free Library is already on top of its Facebook and Twitter game, sharing interesting trivia and answering readers’ questions. Now they are featuring local librarians and other staff in a series of snarky subway station ads.

Rutgers History Professor Charlene Mires (@profmires) tweeted this photo.

Rutgers History Professor Charlene Mires (@profmires) tweeted this photo.

The ads encourage readers to sign up for a library card, which practically anyone is eligible for. Do you live, work, pay taxes or study in Philadelphia? What are you waiting for? Do what the photogenic librarians tell you to do and sign up.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000219012435 Barbara Wolfe Jr.

    Snarky?