Bloomberg’s 9/11 Memorial is a failure

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911 Memorial outsideUpdate November 20, 2016- The Post reports that the 9/11 Memorial lost $25 Million in its first year.

May 23, 2016- The WSJ reports, “Two years after it opened and lacking government funding, the National September 11 Memorial Museum is making a push to persuade reluctant New Yorkers to have a look.”

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1 Response to Bloomberg’s 9/11 Memorial is a failure

  1. mpbraverman says:

    I am a docent at the 9/11 Museum. I have lived in BPC since 1982 and was in WTC2 on 9/11/01. NYers consider the Museum as they do many significant places in NYC – they visit when they bring out-of-town guests to see it. Many have told me that they are so moved by their experience, and are grateful that they have spent time here.

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