By: Kate Pabich
Although elections weren't national November's campaign stops can help more than just candidates.
We spoke with Seven Cities Sod, and Ross's Restaurant. Both played host to Presidential candidates and say it was great for business.
Over at Ross's Restaurant, President Obamas stop came as a complete surprise.
"We had no idea and it was such an exciting day I went into emotional shock for at least a week."
For Keaton Frye at Seven Cities Sod, his was a little different. He applied on Mitt Romney's website and was lucky enough to get selected.
"It was a whirlwind of a weekend three days I believe it was and they just really took over our business which was for the better and if need be I'd do it again definitely."
But Republican or Democrat, both businesses say they had the same result.
"After the President came we had some wonderful families stop in who were touring the entire U.S. from New Jersey to California who detoured just to stop into a quinticential Midwest diner, which is what Ross's is."
"I know our calls went up it seemed like everyday we were getting 15-20 more calls a day."
And as for Keaton, he hopes Mitt Romney won't be the last.
"Looking down the road I'd like to maybe submit an email like it started out with Mitt Romney so I'm like to submit an email and see if we get selected again."
And over at Ross's Restaurant, the secret service was in the kitchen watching them make their signature dish, magic mountain for the President.