Sunday, September 2, 2012

National media members talk about Charlotte during Observer brunch

Two members of the national media talked with the Observer's Gary Nielson about Charlotte and what they expect from the Democratic National Convention during a brunch at the Observer Sunday.

Bloomberg's Al Hunt spoke about how much the city has changed since the last time he visited. He thinks Charlotte is a "great convention town." He also seemed to be impressed by Mayor Anthony Foxx.

PBS' Judy Woodruff called Charlotte a "shining star in the South" and said that, in her experience, every convention provides some surprise.


Wiley Coyote said...

Want surprises Judy?

Take a stroll down Freedom, Tuckasseegee, West or South Blvd.

Curious to hear whether Charlotte cabs were told to bring in VIPs the back way down Billy Graham or did they go down Wilkinson.

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