COOPER OFFERS BOUNTY FOR RETURNED YARD SIGNSAnnounces effort to recycle returned signs
NASHVILLE: Congressman Jim Cooper has announced a bounty for anyone helping with his efforts to recycle and reuse his campaign yard signs.
Cooper said, "Our neighbors are ready for political signs to return to their rightful owners. I hope other campaigns will join me in cleaning up our neighborhoods and recycling campaign signs. These signs are expensive to produce, and this is a great way for us to be green and save green."
Cooper is offering .25 for small signs, $1 for medium signs, and $5 for large signs. Anyone interested in the effort should contact Cooper's campaign office 255-4546 for additional details.
"Jim is one of the most knowledgeable Members in Congress who is respected by people on both sides of the aisle. His thoughtful, balanced approach is an asset to Middle Tennessee and our nation"
"Congressman Cooper is a man of substance and integrity - whose reputation is defined by his commitment to all of the people of the 5th Congressional District."
James "Tex" Thomas
"Jim is in tune with Nashville and his understanding of the issues unique to Music City make him the right man for the job. "
Mary Ann McCready, FBMM Entertainment Business Management
"We are fortunate to have Jim Cooper in Congress to protect our values and currency."
Jim Beard, Former CEO of Caterpillar
"Cooper one of 8 Tennessee lawmakers (2 Democrats) who are 'pro-business.'"
"One of the most bipartisan public officials in Tennessee."
"Cooper was awarded the Health Care Heroes lifetime achievement award along with former majority leader Bill Frist 2009."
Nashville Business Journal 2009
"One of the real experts on (health care) in the House."
Face the Nation - Bob Schieffer
"...one of the most thoughtful, cordial and well-prepared members of the House."
"A Democratic crusader for honestly balanced budgets."