A former western New York business man and political enthusiast has become one of Donald Trump's biggest supporters.
Richard Snowden was the former owner of Rick's Tally Ho's in Cheektowaga and the Miller Mansion in Buffalo. Now he's starting a political button business.
The very first Trump button he designed reads as is...
"Each time America needs him God sends a man. Trump," read Snowden.
Snowden's first Trump rally was in Dallas at the American Airlines center. Snowden said nearly 20,000 people were there and since that rally he's been to 27 more.
He's spent thousands of dollars on travel and is now investing in the button business which is attracting collectors nationwide.
"I've since produced nine others. There was the victory set for New Hampshire, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Nevada," said Snowden. "They were very predicting because obviously the buttons have to be professionally produced far in advanced."
The New York button - seen here in an Art Voice article - reads: "New York's Favorite Son: Trump 2016." It was just released a few days ago.
Snowden's buttons are bigger than normal - three-and-a-half inches - glossy and feature a gold-water pin. At most Snowden Communications Group plans on making 1,000 of each and only 250 part of the victory set.