St. Louis, MO – President Bush will visit St. Louis Wednesday to promote his plan to revive the nation's economy.
While in St. Louis President Bush will participate in an economic roundtable discussion with small business owners from around Missouri. The discussion will take place at J.S. Logistics, a trucking, courier and warehouse business located on the city's south side.
White House spokesman Scott Stanzel says the company was chosen for the visit because it's the type of business that would benefit from Bush's proposed tax cuts.
Bush's last visit to St. Louis was in early November when he headlined a pre-election rally to support Jim Talent who went on to win the Senate seat held by incumbent Jean Carnahan.
For NPR news - I'm Hillary Wicai in St. Louis.