The Metlife airship known as “Snoopy 1” made the trek to the Upstate and could be seen on Friday passing overhead Easley heading toward Clemson. This was likely the blimp’s last trip to the Carolinas as it has been reported the New York insurance company has parted ways with the Peanuts character after more than 30 years. As part of a marketing restructuring plan, Metlife has also announced it will no longer use their blimps (Snoopy 1 and Snoopy 2) to provide aerial coverage for sporting events beginning in 2017.


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The Metlife airship known as “Snoopy 1” made the trek to the Upstate and could be seen on Friday passing overhead Easley heading toward Clemson. This was likely the blimp’s last trip to the Carolinas as it has been reported the New York insurance company has parted ways with the Peanuts character after more than 30 years. As part of a marketing restructuring plan, Metlife has also announced it will no longer use their blimps (Snoopy 1 and Snoopy 2) to provide aerial coverage for sporting events beginning in 2017.

The Metlife airship known as “Snoopy 1” made the trek to the Upstate and could be seen on Friday passing overhead Easley heading toward Clemson. This was likely the blimp’s last trip to the Carolinas as it has been reported the New York insurance company has parted ways with the Peanuts character after more than 30 years. As part of a marketing restructuring plan, Metlife has also announced it will no longer use their blimps (Snoopy 1 and Snoopy 2) to provide aerial coverage for sporting events beginning in 2017.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_064.jpgThe Metlife airship known as “Snoopy 1” made the trek to the Upstate and could be seen on Friday passing overhead Easley heading toward Clemson. This was likely the blimp’s last trip to the Carolinas as it has been reported the New York insurance company has parted ways with the Peanuts character after more than 30 years. As part of a marketing restructuring plan, Metlife has also announced it will no longer use their blimps (Snoopy 1 and Snoopy 2) to provide aerial coverage for sporting events beginning in 2017. Kasie Strickland | Civitas Media
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