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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

President Barack Obama speaks to a gathering of dignitaries and workers while commending executives saying "They buckled down-that was a pun-and they invested in new products and persued new customers, and over the past year they hired back all the workers they had to lay off", following a tour of American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Joseph B. Nadeau

Woonsocket residents Ethel Dowdy, 77, seated in front, Dora Wilson, 75, and Tommie Dowdy, all with ties to South Carolina, share a moment with South Carolina Democrats Pat and Jack Blackburn, left, who had come up to visit Pat's brother Steven Fiore of Woonsocket, center in back.

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October 25, 2010

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Joseph B. Nadeau

Paul and Patricia Richards of North Smithfield hold up a sign supporting President Barack Obama's visit to Highland Industrial Park in Woonsocket on Monday. The couple has a business in the park and were hoping to catch a glimpse of the President as he arrived at American Cord and Webbing.

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October 25, 2010

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Joseph B. Nadeau

Local residents turn out in support of President Barack Obama as he arrives at the American Cord and Webbing Company at Highland Park in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

President Barack Obama, right, speaks with plant manager Ray Velino, left, and owner and CEO Mark Krauss,center during a tour of the American Cord and Webbing Company on Century Drive in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

U.S. Representatives Patrick J. Kennedy, left, and and James Langevin are on hand during the visit of Barack Obama at American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

President Barack Obama is all smiles as he tours the American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

Providence Mayor and District 1 Congressional candidate David N. Cicilline is introdueced by President Barack Obama during a visit to American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket Monday.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

President Barack Obama acknowleges workers as he enters American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket Monday afternoon.

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October 25, 2010

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Ernest A. Brown

Greg Cote, of Uxbridge, left, and Chris Parks, of Woonsocket, who work in shipping and receiving at American Cord and Webbing Company in Woonsocket, are on hand to see President Barack Obama as he visits the company Monday.

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