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Topic - Scott Weinberg
It's not clear whether President Obama's stomach can save an entire industry, but he's making a real go of it when it comes to seafood from the Gulf of Mexico.
He said his menu at Blow-Fly Inn hasn't changed, but the food behind it has.
"After he came down here and said our beaches are clean, our seafood is safe, it helped tremendously. There's no doubt about it," said Scott Weinberg, owner of the Blow-Fly Inn in Gulfport, who shared a lunch of fried shrimp, mini-crabcakes and shrimp salad sandwiches with Mr. Obama and other business owners.