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People take better care of public places when they feel like they have a stake in them

By Suzanne Shu, John S. Dyson Professor of Marketing, Cornell University
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Nicknaming a lake, planning your route or simply seeing a 'Welcome to your park' sign can help visitors feel more like a public place is their own to some degree.

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