Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Genoa, Ohio: Man’s business draws national attention thanks to Penn State controversy

GENOA, OH (Toledo News Now) - Jim Miller runs a business that is always up in the air. His "Air America Aerial Ads" tows banners above events mostly promoting businesses.   But sometimes they also tow controversial opinions, like one that flew over College Station, Pennsylvania Tuesday, even making an appearance on ESPN.

"My youngest son and I were sitting at dinner [watching ESPN]. It flew right across. I was shocked it made that much of an impression" said Miller.  The banner read "Take the statue down or we will," a reference to a statue of disgraced Penn State football coach Joe Paterno that still stands on campus.

Mr. Miller will not say who hired him but says the feedback has been positive and good for business.

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