WASHINGTON — A full-page ad in the Washington Post late last month welcomed the capital's newest residents, including President Obama and his family, offering congratulations and a new place to shop.
For Giant-Landover, and its veteran spokesman Barry Scher, welcoming the new members of the federal government to Washington is an annual practice. But when a new party moves into the White House, the effort typically requires a more thorough introduction as a new wave of staff, support and ...
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