Free murals “selling” like hotcakes

Check out the early repsonse to the column about free muralist Raul Camacho:

—Hi Mr. Fitzgerald, saw the story re:  Rudy Camacho and his big murals.  I would like to get a hold of him to do a mural at the Mexican Heritage Center on Sutter Street.  Can you give me his contact information, or give him mine if you prefer.  Gracie Madrid, President, Mexican Heritage Center & Gallery

—”I have a business in Stockton and would love his number to call and discuss painting.  Thanks
Marc Garcia

Harding Way Launderland
1405 E.  Harding way.

—How would I contact Raul? Stockton Art League is seeking a muralist for their wall facing Maple St.  Miracle Mile.  You may give him my info, if that works best.
Maria Flumiani, Board Member 

So Camacho won’t even have to search for graffiti-marked walls. They’re coming to him. A graffiti artist who has chosen to do things legally will bring art (and blight abatement) to more places in town. This sort of thing is what I love about my job.

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