ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta's airport is looking for help naming the train that ferries people from one concourse to another.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is kicking off the "Name the Train" contest Thursday. The four-week competition will play out on Facebook and YouTube social networking Web sites.
To enter, participants go to the airport's YouTube channel or Facebook page to watch a behind-the-scenes video about the train. Then they can post suggested names in the comments section.
The winner will receive a $100 American Express gift card and a certificate of recognition bearing his or her name and the new name for the train.
The train has been in use at the airport for 30 years and moves about 200,000 people a day.
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