Gov. Malloy catty about chances of NBC Sports relocating to old Clairol site in Stamford’s Cove

Approached by two reporters in the Capitol, the governor indicated a comment on the issue may be forthcoming after his 2 p.m. meeting with commissioners.

Here’s the tape transcript:
Malloy: I’m doing a press avail after the 2 o’clock.
Reporter: You’ll confirm the Clairol site then?
Malloy walking toward his Capitol office: Clairol is a company that was once in Stamford and is owned by Pitney Bowes and no longer is at that site, if that’s what you’re asking about.
Reporter: Is NBC Sports going to go to that site, governor?
Malloy: NBC Sports is received on many TV throughout the world and some of them are in Connecticut.

The governor then walked down the stairs

3 Responses

  1. OS says:

    To the best of my knowledge Pitney Bowes have never owned Clairol. If Dan’s going to try to be catty, he should at least have the correct info. If people asking him questions bothers him so much perhaps he should not have taken the job.

  2. Snarky says:

    Is the governor confusing Pitney Bowes with Proctor & Gamble?

  3. Kate says:

    Really? CATTY?

    You just attached a negative word to him because he didn’t tell you what you wanted to hear. That’s a TERRIBLE headline. What you have here isn’t a story, it’s not even a conversation. It’s you being rude and pesky – wait till 2pm like everyone else.