Assemblyman Chris Tague (R,C-Schoharie) had the distinct honor of welcoming Assemblyman Scott Gray (R-Watertown) and the Minority Tourism Task Force to his vibrant district as part of the ongoing tourism tour. During their visit, Tague proudly showcased the district’s rich history and economic contributions with the iconic Baseball Hall of Fame as a special highlight.
“The Baseball Hall of Fame is not just a museum; it’s a testament to our district’s deep connection to America’s favorite pastime,” said Tague. “By sharing this historic landmark with Assemblyman Gray and his team, we’re reinforcing the importance of tourism in our region and the positive impact it has on our local economy.”
The Baseball Hall of Fame, located in Cooperstown, is a beacon for baseball enthusiasts from around the world, drawing countless visitors each year. It stands as a symbol of the rich cultural heritage and economic vitality of the district, supporting numerous businesses and communities.
The collaborative effort between Tague and Gray serves as a shining example of how legislators are working together to promote tourism, foster economic growth, and celebrate the unique treasures found throughout the state.