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McCain to address Chamber of Commerce

Citizen Staff Writer

Sen. John McCain will be the speaker at the Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce National Issues Forum April 17.

McCain, R-Ariz., is expected to address the federal budget, bailouts of the automobile and financial industries, and other issues during his noon remarks at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort.

The Arizona senior senator was the Republican nominee for president in the November 2008 election, losing to President Obama.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to hear from ne of the most prominent senators in the country, coming to Tucson to speak directly about some very important and pressing national issues and how they will affect all of usas Americans,” Jack Camper, president and CEO of the Tucson Chamber, said.

Cost to attend is $50 or $500 for a table of 10. Priority tables are $1,000.

Registration deadline is April 9.

Call Shirley Wilka at 520-792-2250 ext. 132 or visit the Tucson Chamber online at http://www.tucsonchamber.org



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