Am Ex wants Preservation Votes

  |  October 26, 2006   |  Comments

American Express is hitting up Internet savvy San Franciscans right where they are most: online and in coffee houses, all in the name of preservation

dutch_windmill_1_thumb.jpg American Express is hitting up Internet savvy San Franciscans right where they are most: online and in coffee houses, all in the name of preservation.

The credit card company is partnering with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the World Monuments Fund to offer $1 million in repair funds for SF Bay Area landmarks. The trick is 25 locations are all up for voting as to which ones need the money most, or which people prefer. Of course, voting at Partners in Preservation requires registration and ends on October 31.

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