What makes your city or town a great place to visit?
Today the President is traveling to Disney World where he will unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel, an important sector in the U.S. economy.
We’re asking Americans across the country to add their voices to the discussion on tourism in the U.S. and share what makes their city or town a great place visit.
Add your voice: tell us why your city or town is a great place to visit.
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9:15 AM: The President departs the White House en route Joint Base Andrews
9:30 AM: The President departs Joint Base Andrews en route Orlando, Florida
11:40 AM: The President arrives Orlando, Florida
12:35 PM: The President delivers remarks where he will unveil a strategy that will significantly help boost tourism and travel
2:15 PM: The President departs Orlando, Florida en route New York, NY
4:30 PM: The President arrives New York, NY
5:30 PM: The President delivers remarks at a campaign event
6:30 PM: The President delivers remarks at a campaign event
7:50 PM: The President delivers remarks at a campaign event
9:25 PM: The President delivers remarks at a campaign event
11:05 PM: The President departs New York, NY en route Joint Base Andrews
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