Local homeowners on NBC Today Show

Local homeowners on NBC Today Show

There are 8 comments on the WHEC-TV Rochester, NY story from Nov 12, 2009, titled Local homeowners on NBC Today Show. In it, WHEC-TV Rochester, NY reports that:

A home owned by Mario and Nancy Arena of Pittsford will be featured on NBC's Today Show Friday morning on WHEC-TV in the 10:00 o'clock hour.

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U R My Dingleberries

Rochester, NY

#1 Nov 12, 2009
Huh. I wonder why they didn't showcase any city homes?

CityRes, Leroy, Dewey et al., aren't there some lovely city homes?

Over Avenue D, Joseph Avenue, Clinton Avenue, et cetera way?

There are some $429K homes in the city, aren't there?
Smarter than you

Penfield, NY

#2 Nov 12, 2009
So MORE free advertising for the wealthy... WHEC loves to give free advertising, new restaurants, changes at Wegman's, etc... and now the networks are giving free real estate ads. I'm a small business owner who is losing his a$$, where's my handout!
SeekingBalance

Florence, CO

#3 Nov 12, 2009
U R My Dingleberries wrote:
Huh. I wonder why they didn't showcase any city homes?
CityRes, Leroy, Dewey et al., aren't there some lovely city homes?
Over Avenue D, Joseph Avenue, Clinton Avenue, et cetera way?
There are some $429K homes in the city, aren't there?
Very good point.
Hall of Justice

Rochester, NY

#4 Nov 12, 2009
Scipio Center-Why in the hell would anyone want to live there?
yuck

Rochester, NY

#5 Nov 12, 2009
This home lookes not in the least bit "HOmey"
Phil

Lima, NY

#7 Nov 12, 2009
Whats it got to do with Rochester?
Sue in Wayne County

Williamson, NY

#8 Nov 12, 2009
Well, the free advertising may not help much, since they are looking for "any reasonable offer" despite their stated price, but it *is* a historical cobblestone unique to the western NY area and deserves to have an owner who appreciates that fact.

BTW, Wayne County has more surviving cobblestone buildings than any other county in western NY.
Relax

Rochester, NY

#9 Nov 12, 2009
Smarter than you wrote:
So MORE free advertising for the wealthy... WHEC loves to give free advertising, new restaurants, changes at Wegman's, etc... and now the networks are giving free real estate ads. I'm a small business owner who is losing his ****, where's my handout!
It's the local news. I see no problem in reporting changes in the biggest grocery retailer in the area, or writing articles about new restaurants, shops, etc. Do you have something interesting to tell the public about your small business? Contact the news then, as see if they're interested. Or pay for an advertisement to sell your product/company. I doubt you'd hesitate to accept the "advertising" if your company was well-known and given the same treatment.

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