Obama Mentions Cooperstown

OBAMA MENTIONS ‘COOPERSTOWN’

MULTIPLE TIMES IN NATIONAL SPEECH

President Obama addresses a packed Hall of Plaques at 3:55 this afternoon, where he mentioned Cooperstown a half-dozen times during a nationally televised speech launching an initiatives to attract a million tourists from overseas annually by 1920.  "You can't buy that kind of publicity," a local tourism advocate observed while leaving. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
President Obama addresses a packed Hall of Plaques at 3:55 this afternoon, where he mentioned Cooperstown a half-dozen times during a nationally televised speech launching an initiatives to attract a million tourists from overseas annually by 1920. “You can’t buy that kind of publicity,” a local tourism advocate observed while leaving. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Governor Cuomo answers reporters' questions after arriving at the Hall of Plaque from his downstate nomination for a second term, just missing President Obama.  At right is Sandra Lee, his companion Food Network TV host.  (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)
Governor Cuomo answers reporters’ questions after arriving at the Hall of Plaque from his downstate nomination for a second term, just missing President Obama. At right is Sandra Lee, his companion Food Network TV host. (Jim Kevlin/allotsego.com)

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