Frequently asked questions
Q: Why is the president visiting Chattanooga?
A: The president's visit is to kick off his Better Bargain for the Middle Class tour.
Q: When will President Obama be in Chattanooga?
A: President Obama will be in Chattanooga Tuesday. He is expected to arrive at 12:30 p.m.
Q: Where will President Obama be?
A: Obama will visit the Amazon fulfillment center in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to give the first in a series of policy speeches on his better bargain for the middle class.
Q: What time will President Obama speak?
A: The speech is expected to start at 2 p.m.
Q: Will the speech be open to the public?
Q: Were there any tickets sold?
A: Tickets were released to Amazon employees.
Q: Is there somewhere I can watch the president's speech?
Q: Is there anywhere I can go to see him?
A: The public is invited to gather at Readoubt Soccer on Bonny Oaks Drive to see the motorcade.
Q: What is the president's motorcade route?
A: The route is not released publicly for security reasons.
Q: What will the president be speaking about?
A: Tuesday's speech will focus on manufacturing and high wage jobs for durable economic growth, and the President will discuss proposals he has laid out to jumpstart private sector job growth and make America more competitive, and will also talk about new ideas to create American jobs.
Q: Will President Obama be traveling with his family?
A: That information has not been released.
Q: What type of plane is the Airforce One?
A: A Boeing 747
Q: What time will the president leave?
A: The president is expected to depart at 3:05 p.m.
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