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Metro Souvenir Shop

[1] Introduction
In the past, Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC) had always sold a range of limited issue products. Customers who were unable to purchase these products during the sales period were often disappointed. In an effort to serve more people, the TRTC opened the first exclusive Metro Souvenir Shop on December 27, 2002 at Taipei Main Station, which is also a key transport hub in Taipei's metropolitan area. The Metro Souvenir Shop caters to local residents and international tourists alike. Also, people may wish to admire the attractive products, or purchase them as souvenirs or gifts for friends. To service more customers and enhance service quality, branches of Metro Souvenir Shop are opened at Taipei Main Station (B1 level near Exit 3), Longshan Temple Station (inside 7-ELEVEN on B1 level), and Maokong Gondola Taipei Zoo Station (inside Maokong Gondola Taipei Zoo Station Shop 3 on the first floor).

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[2] Metro Souvenir Shop
1) TRTC's own products
●To complement festivals and government-related activities, a series of themed ticket coupons has been published to commemorate newly opened lines and Chinese Valentine's Day, for example, or based on the animals of the Chinese zodiac.
●Collections of such commemorative tickets have also been published. These include themed tickets such as: Taipei Flower Festival, Remembrance of Influential People in Taipei's History, Read Felicity - Love Story, Enlightenment on the Metro, and the Guandu Bird Watching Season.
2) Products Developed Under Authorized Trademark
The TRTC allows the MRT logo to be used by partner companies in the design of Metro related products:
●Metro Figure Series
Pencil, notepaper, notepad set, letter and envelope set, lunch box bag
●Metro Train Series
Pull line car, high-capacity and medium-capacity train magnet set
●Metro Network Series
Mug, change purse, cardcase
●Metro Urban Series
Postcard set, T-shirt, shopping bag

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  • Updated: 2014-7-7 16:10
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  • Source: Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation