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Media Advisory No. 5149.11
Contact: Office of Communications
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to Visit Seattle, Announce Efforts to Spur Job Creation through Regional Biofuel Production and Research
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26, 2011 – On WEDNESDAY, September 28, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will make a significant announcement in Seattle to advance the nation’s biofuels industry toward developing regional, renewable energy markets, generating rural jobs, and decreasing America’s dependence on foreign oil. Vilsack will also highlight how President Obama’s American Jobs Act will strengthen the economy in Washington state and the Pacific Northwest.
The purpose of the American Jobs Act is to put more people back to work, put more money in the pockets of working Americans, and do so without adding to the deficit. In Washington state, without adding a dime to the deficit, this Act will provide a tax cut for over 150,000 businesses, support the jobs of 280,000 teachers and immediately provide over 4,700 jobs to construction workers to help modernize public schools. A typical household in Washington state, with a median income of around $60,000, will receive a tax cut of around $1,860.
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
10:45 a.m. PDT
WHAT: Secretary Vilsack, joined by public- and private- sector partners, will host a press conference to announce significant efforts by USDA to help create jobs and build an American-made biofuels industry
WHERE: SEA-TAC International Airport
Airport Office Building Conference Center
17801 International Boulevard
Seattle, WA 98158
RSVP: Credentialed members of the media may RSVP by contacting Charla Scaggs of the Port of Seattle: (206) 787-3235 or Skaggs.C@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
From the North via Interstate 5:
Take Interstate 5 to Exit 154 B and drive west on State Route 518 to the Sea-Tac Airport exit.
From the North via State Highway 99:
Take 99 South. At the First Avenue Bridge stay right and follow State Route 509 to State Route 518 exit (Burien, Sea-Tac Airport). Turn left on 518 and take the Sea-T ac Airport exit.
From the South:
Take Interstate 5 to Exit 154 and drive west on State Route 518 to the Sea-Tac Airport exit.
From the East:
Take Interstate 405, which turns into State Route 518, to the Sea-Tac Airport exit.
Parking in the Airport Garage
Park in General Parking (floor 3, 5-8) at the south end of the Airport Garage near the yellow or green elevators (rows N-U). Walk across skybridge #1, between the yellow and green elevator banks, to the Main Terminal. Take the escalator or elevator up to the Ticketing Level. The stairs and elevator to the Mezzanine Level are directly behind the international ticketing counters. Enter the reception area through the double glass doors on the left for the Port of Seattle Aviation Division offices. The receptionists will direct you to your conference room.
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