Dan Forest to visit Alleghany, Wilkes and Rockingham counties, tomorrow, September 20
For Immediate Release September 19, 2012
Contact: Hal Weatherman, campaign manager
Dan Forest for Lt. Governor campaign
Candidate for NC Lt. Governor Dan Forest to visit Alleghany, Wilkes and Rockingham counties tomorrow, September 20th
(Raleigh, NC) -- Dan Forest will be visiting Sparta, Laurel Springs, North Wilkesboro and Wentworth, NC, on Thursday, September 20th.
Dan is on a 70+ county "economic development listening tour" meeting with economic developers, business leaders and small business owners hearing first hand what needs to be done to turn North Carolina around.
We invite you to come out to any of these stops to interview Dan and bring a photographer to take a photo of Dan's visit for publication.
Our schedule is as follows:
9:00 am - 10:00 am - Visit NAPCO, Inc., (high end packaging/manufacturing company), 120 Trojan Avenue, Sparta;
10:30 am - 12:30 pm - Visit with local area farmers, County Farm Bureau members and tour Smokey Holler Christmas Tree Farm, 3452 Meadowfork Road, Laurel Springs;
2:00 - 3:00 pm - Meet with local business leaders at Wilkes Economic Development Commission, 213 Ninth St., North Wilkesboro;
7:00 - 8:00 pm - Rockingham Community College Forum, 215 Wrenn Memorial Road, Wentworth, NC.
Dan Forest is the Republican nominee for the office of North Carolina Lt. Governor. He earned the Republican nomination by winning a commanding 96 of 100 NC counties in the second (July 17th) primary election after traveling over 150,000 miles and visiting nearly all 100 counties during the campaign. Dan is a leader in the business community having served as Office President and Senior Partner of the state's largest architectural firm. Dan is active in his community and church and is the founder and current president of the Triangle Leadership Forum and the former chairman of the board of Wake Forest Pregnancy Support Services. Dan and his wife, Alice, reside in Raleigh, along with their four children, ages 7 - 19.