Romney asks Grand Junction company to hide ‘Snob’ logo
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Mitt Romney asked a local company to cover up before he went live at his town hall meeting Tuesday, according to a report.
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel is reporting that Snob Productions was not only asked to remove its insignia from possible live shots of Romne’ys speech at Central High School, but was asked to have its employees remove any shirts bearing the company logo and mask the logos on its production trucks, as well.
Snob Productions also attended a campaign event for President Barack Obama at the same high school in 2008. Company owner David Wall said the Obama campaign asked him to move his truck away from television cameras, but made no request that he cover the company’s logos.