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Tribute Page for Tama
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<h1>Tama</h1>
<h2 class="sub-title">the Wakayama Station Master</h2>
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<h3>About Tama</h3>
<p>Tama was a female calico cat who gained fame for being a station master and operating officer at Kishi Station on the Kishigawa Line in Kinokawa, Wakayama, Japan.</p>
<p>As station master, her primary duty was to greet passengers. The position came with a station master's hat; in lieu of a salary, the railway provided Tama with cat food.</p>
<p>The publicity from Tama's appointment led to an increase in passengers by 17% for that month as compared to January 2006; ridership statistics for March 2007 showed a 10% increase over the previous financial year. A study estimated that the publicity surrounding Tama has contributed 1.1 billion yen to the local economy.</p>
<p>Information above provided by Tama's <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tama_(cat)" target="_blank">Wikipedia Page</a></p>
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<h5>Tribute page created by Jessica Ciarelli for FreeCodeCamp.com</h5>
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Tribute Page for Tama

This FreeCodeCamp.com tribute page is dedicated to Tama, the Wakayama, Japan "station master".

A Pen by Jessica on CodePen.

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