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Rubio To Hold Business Roundtable In Jacksonville Today, Open Tallahassee Office On Tuesday
Washington, D.C. – Later today, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio will visit Jacksonville to participate in a business roundtable hosted by the JAX Chamber. The event will give Rubio a chance to hear firsthand from job creators in the area about the challenges and opportunities facing their businesses and for Rubio to get input on job creation initiatives he’s working on in Washington, including the bipartisan AGREE Act. Following the roundtable, Rubio will host a media availability. Both the roundtable and media availability are open to the media.
On Tuesday morning, Rubio will be in Tallahassee to officially open his Capital Region Office and attend the first day of session of the Florida Legislature.
The following events are open to the media:
Monday, January 9, 2012
5:00 p.m. EST
Rubio participates in a business roundtable with Jacksonville area business leaders, followed by a media availability immediately after.
3 Independent Drive
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
8:30 a.m. EST
Rubio hosts the official opening of the Capital Region Office.
State Capitol Building
402 South Monroe Street