The next stop on President Barack Obama's "White House to Main Street Tour": Savannah, Ga.
The White House announced today that the president plans to "discuss jobs and the economy with Georgia families and businesses" while visiting the port city on March 2.
"President Obama will spend the day in the Savannah area speaking to Georgians about the challenges they face and listening to their ideas for working together to turn the economy around. Additional details about the visit, including locations and press coverage details, will be announced in the coming days," the White House Office of Media Affairs wrote in a press release.
Obama in December visited the LeHigh Valley of Pennsylvania, and in January, traveled to Lorain County, Ohio. He is to visit other communities in the next several months to "spend a day with members of the community and share ideas for rebuilding our economy for the long term," the White House said.
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