Snob Productions in Grand Junction provides tech–sound and lighting– at all sorts of political events in Colorado, including for both John McCain and not-yet-President Obama back in 2008. However…
… and I really love this however…
… given Willard Romney’s reputation as a wealthy moneybagbot who loves to fire people, owns a number of mansions, calls doughnuts “chocolate goodies” and snickers at those who don Hefty bags as rain wear because they’re unable to afford a Burberry, any association with the word “snob” can be, well, worrisome. So he’s keeping them under wraps. Literally.
That’s the Snob Productions logo up there at the top of the page.
See what happens when it gets around that you stash money around the world, invest in dressage horses, and refer to athletics as “sport”? The only thing Willard can’t afford is more attention to his inability to relate to 99% of Americans.
Just one more thing for him to cover up.
[F]ormer Gov. Mitt Romney’s town hall event Tuesday was the first time a candidate’s campaign had asked owner David Wall to shield his company’s logo from public view.
As a result, logos on the company’s trucks were masked and company workers wore something other than their company-issued T-shirts.
Willard has created quite a little problem for himself. Couldn’t happen to a snobbier guy.