Wednesday event, Brownback office – KS Elected, Business and Labor Leaders Demand that Obama Stop Attack on Aviation Industry

MEDIA ALERT
July 19, 2011

For more information, contact:
Sherriene Jones-Sontag, Office of Governor Brownback, 785.368.7138
Rachel Taylor, Office of Congressman Pompeo, 202.225.6216

KS Elected, Business and Labor Leaders Will Join to Demand the President
Support Kansas Jobs and Stop Attack on Aviation Industry

Topeka - Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and Fourth District Congressman Mike Pompeo will join Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer, Sedgwick County Commissioner Dave Unruh as well as International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers, (IAMAW)  AFL-CIO, District 70 President Steve Rooney, SPEEA Midwest Director Bob Brewer, and Wichita Chamber Chair Lynn Nichols for a news conference Wednesday, July 20th, at the National Center for Aviation Training in Sedgwick County to demand President Barack Obama support Kansas jobs and stop his attack on the aviation industry.  Aviation industry leaders and union members also are expected to attend.

Since the U.S. House of Representatives is in session this week, voting on Cut Cap and Balance and working on ongoing negotiations to our debt ceiling crisis, Congressman Pompeo is unable to physically join tomorrow’s news conference.  Instead, the Congressman will be joining via live video stream.

The event will begin at 1:30 p.m. Central Standard Time.  It is opened to credentialed members of the media who RSVP to Sherriene Jones-Sontag at media@ks.gov.

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Who: Governor Sam Brownback
Congressman Mike Pompeo
Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer
Sedgwick County Commissioner Dave Unruh
IAMAW AFL-CIO, District 70 President Steve Rooney
SPEEA Midwest Director Bob Brewer
Wichita Chamber Chair Lynn Nichols

What: News Conference

Where: National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT)
4004 N. Webb Road
Aviation Training Center Building 300
Wichita

*Media please enter through the southwest door of Aviation Training Center Building 300.

When: Wednesday, July 20th
1:30 p.m. Central Standard Time

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