Uptown apartment company erects "Benghazi" billboard over Franklin/Hennepin [PHOTO]
At least one apartment company in hippie-dippy Minneapolis apparently isn't a big fan of the Obama administration.
The billboard at the top of this post, recently erected on top of Lowry Hill Liquors, towers over the intersection of Franklin and Hennepin Avenues. It was paid for by GreMar Apartments, which owns a number of buildings in the broader Uptown area.
We called GreMar this morning seeking more information about the company's political agenda, and an employee who answered the phone said the owner would call us back. We haven't heard from him as this is published.
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