Obama's Day, Feb. 23: Visiting the University of Miami

President Obama will travel to the University of Miami where he will tour the school's Industrial Assessment Center.

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Office of the Press Secretary
DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2012

In the morning, the President will depart the White House en route Miami, Florida. The departure from the South Lawn and arrival at Miami International Airport are open press.

While in Miami, the President will travel to the University of Miami where he will tour the school's Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) where students learn how to become industrial energy-efficiency experts as they help small- to mid-sized manufacturers reduce their energy costs. University of Miami's IAC is one of 24 nationwide and is part of the Department of Energy's Industrial Assessment Program. Following the tour, the President will deliver remarks discussing his blueprint for an economy built to last. There will be travel pool coverage of the tour, and the President's remarks to University of Miami students and faculty members are open to pre-credentialed members of the media.

Later, the President will deliver remarks at a campaign event at the Biltmore Hotel. The President's remarks are pooled for television and open to pre-credentialed correspondents. The President will then deliver remarks at a campaign event at a private residence. There will be print pool coverage for remarks only.

In the evening, the President will depart Miami, Florida en route Orlando, Florida. The departure from Miami International Airport and the arrival at Orlando International Airport are open press.

Later in the evening, the President will deliver remarks at a campaign event at a private residence. There will be print pool coverage for remarks only.

The President will then return to Washington, DC. The departure from Orlando International Airport and the arrival on the South Lawn are open press.

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