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VALLEY ECONOMIC DEVELOPERS MAKE PITCH TO VISITORS AT SENIOR OPEN
[THIRD Edition]
Morning Call - Allentown, Pa.
Author: Kunsman, Ken
Date: Jul 12, 1992
Start Page: D.01
Section: BUSINESS
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See related stories: -- "Did you see any pins in the bunkers?," by JOHN KUNDA, The Morning Call, which appeared on page C01, THIRD EDITION. -- "Laoretti only one smoking; Old Course grabs Stockton," by DON BOSTROM, The Morning Call, which appeared on page C01, THIRD EDITION. -- "Jerry Barber can shoot his age without any help lining up putts,"

A New Jersey businessman familiar with the likes of [Don Frazier], Grover Stainbrook, an executive with Lehigh Valley Industrial Park, and the chamber executives in Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, was impressed, but not surprised.

"It's really upbeat and shows the Lehigh Valley as being at the leading edge technology-wise," said Frazier. "ABC(-TV) left tour fans last year by saying, `Next year the Senior Open is going to Bethlehem, Pa., an old steel town.' We'd want to show everyone we're the most developed steel town around."

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