President Obama is in Durham to talk about job creation and the economy. His Council on Jobs and Competitiveness is meeting here today. (Complete coverage at wral.com, click here.)
"Durham and the whole Research Triangle are exactly what we're trying to do across the country..."
That's a quote from the Council's Director interviewed yesterday afternoon at the DBAP by Keith Upchurch for the Herald-Sun. Click here to read the story.
Left to right: Michael Strautmanis, deputy assistant to the President, and Don Graves, executive director of the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, on Goodmon Field for the game ball presentation Sunday afternoon.