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Romney team asks company to hide 'Snob' logo

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Republican Mitt Romney's campaign asked a production company that worked on an event in Colorado to cover up its logo before he took the stage.
The company? Snob Productions.
The Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction reports that the company masked its trucks and dressed employees in shirts that didn't bear the company logo. Company owner David Wall says he's never had such a request.
Romney held a town hall-style campaign event in Grand Junction Tuesday. Outside the event, Democratic protesters derided Romney's offshore bank accounts using Swiss cheese and other props.
Snob Productions handled a 2008 campaign event by President Barack Obama where the logo was also noticed by campaign staff. Wall says he was asked to move a truck away from television cameras, but not cover the logo.

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