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Dole Campaign Press Release - Dole to Visit Detroit, Michigan

September 02, 1996

Republican Presidential nominee Bob Dole will visit Detroit, Michigan on Wednesday, September 4, 1996. He will attend a "Listening to America" discussion from 6:00pm to 7:00pm EDT. Media attending should be prepared to provide local or national media credentials with Photo identification. All times are local.

      WHO:      Bob Dole

      WHAT:     Airport Arrival (Photo Opportunity Only)

      WHERE:    Detroit Metro/ Wayne County Airport Building 348

                Signature Flight Support-Old Executive Building Press

                should enter through Lucas Drive.

      WHEN:     Wednesday, September 4,1996 at 5:45pm to 5:55 EDT

                Press should arrive no later then 4:15pm EDT.

      FACILITIES: 100 ft. throw, wild sound, riser

      WHO:      Bob Dole

                Governor John Engler

      WHAT:     Tour of National Tech Team, Inc. facilities

                POOL COVERAGE ONLY

      WHERE:    Atrium Building, National Tech Team headquarters

      WHEN:     Wednesday, September 4,1996 from 5:45pm to 5:55pm EDT

      WHO:      Bob Dole

                Governor John Engler

      WHAT:     Attend "Listening to America" discussion

      WHERE.    National Tech Team, Inc.

                22000 Garrison Avenue

                Dearborn, MI

                Front Lawn bordering Mason Street

      WHEN:     Wednesday, September 4, 1996 from 5:15pm to 7:OOpm EDT

                (Event Runs)

                6:00pm to 7:00pm EDT (Dole Attends)

                Press should arrive no later than 4:00pm.

      FACILITIES: Mult, Riser, TV Lighting, 45 ft. throw

News Media wishing to travel with the Dole/Kemp '96 aircraft charter should contact Steve Duchesne, Press Travel Director, at (202) 414-8069 or by fax at (202) 414-8074.

Robert Dole, Dole Campaign Press Release - Dole to Visit Detroit, Michigan Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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