President Obama Talks Tourism In Cooperstown [PHOTOS]
This afternoon President Barack Obama landed at Griffiss where he talked with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente and Rome Mayor Joe Fusco before boarding Marine One to travel to Cooperstown and talk Tourism.
Marine One landed in Cooperstown shortly after 3 PM and President Obama traveled by motorcade to the Baseball Hall of Fame where they were greeted with a large crowd of anti-fracking protesters.
President Obama then spoke about his push to create more jobs in the United States by supporting travel and tourism.
"I'm here today in Cooperstown to talk about tourism, tourism translates to jobs and that means economic growth" pic.twitter.com/yh4uVnXmdu
— News Radio 950 WIBX (@WIBXnews) May 22, 2014
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