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President Obama official schedule and guidance, Oct. 17, 2011. Bus tour: Asheville, NC

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THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 16, 2011

DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2011

In the morning, the President will travel to Asheville, North Carolina to begin his three-day American Jobs Act bus tour where he will discuss jobs and the economy. The President's departure from the South Lawn and arrival at Asheville Regional Airport are open press.

While at Asheville Regional Airport, the President will deliver remarks. These remarks are open to pre-credentialed members of the media.

Later, the President will deliver remarks at West Wilkes High School in Millers Creek, North Carolina. These remarks are open to pre-credentialed members of the media.

The President will spend the night in Greensboro, North Carolina.


In-Town Travel Pool
Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg
Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP
TV Corr & Crew: NBC
Print: Roll Call
Radio: VOA

Out -of-Town Travel Pool
Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg
Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP
TV Corr & Crew: NBC
Print: New York Times
Radio: NPR


EDT

8:15AM In-Town Travel Pool Call Time

9:10AM THE PRESIDENT departs the South Lawn en route Joint Base Andrews
South Lawn
Open Press (Gather Time 8:40AM - North Doors of the Palm Room)

9:25AM THE PRESIDENT departs Joint Base Andrews en route Asheville Regional Airport
Out-of-Town Travel Pool Coverage (Call Time 8:00AM - Virginia Gate, Joint Base Andrews)

10:40AM THE PRESIDENT arrives Asheville Regional Airport
Fletcher, North Carolina
Open Press

10:50AM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at Asheville Regional Airport
Fletcher, North Carolina
Open to Pre-Credentialed Members of the Media

5:00PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at West Wilkes High School
Millers Creek, North Carolina
Open to Pre-Credentialed Members of the Media


Briefing Schedule

Press Secretary Jay Carney will gaggle aboard Air Force One

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