21 stops across a thousand Mississippi miles with a message of private
sector leadership for job creation, improved education, government reform

Pass Christian, Mississippi – Mississippi Republican businessman Dave Dennis
launches a statewide campaign kick-off tour for his campaign for Governor on
Monday, February 14 from his hometown of Pass Christian. Dennis will share
his message of private sector leadership for job creation, improving
education and outsider government reform on the 21-stop tour over a thousand
Mississippi miles.

“This year Mississippians will choose their next CEO of the state. We need
someone with job creation experience and private sector leadership to bring
new investment to the state, expand our current businesses, improve our
schools, and make government smaller and more efficient so individual
Mississippians and the private sector can grow in prosperity,” Dennis said.

He continued, “When Kirk Fordice announced his campaign for re-election from
my front yard, he said no one should run for public office until they have
signed the front side of a payroll check. I have that experience. In my
business we make payroll every week, we have to contain costs, and we have
to grow our opportunities. Mississippi will need that same leadership:
government must meet its responsibilities effectively, be trimmed to save
taxpayer dollars, and allow the private sector to grow to expand
opportunities for every individual, family and worker in Mississippi.”

The campaign kick-off tour begins on Monday in Pass Christian, Biloxi,
Pascagoula, Hattiesburg and Mendenhall. The rest of the week includes stops
in Jackson, Richland, Vicksburg, Yazoo City, Greenwood, Hernando, Southaven,
Tupelo, Mayhew, Philadelphia, Meridian, Quitman, Laurel, Columbia, McComb
and Picayune. Times and places of the stops are listed below.

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21 stops across a thousand Mississippi miles with a message of private
sector leadership for job creation, improved education, government reform

Monday, February 14th

. 8:00: Pass Christian – Harbor (100 Block of Market Street, Pass
Christian 39571)

. 9:45: Biloxi – Ellzey Hardware (750 Howard Avenue, Biloxi 39530)

. 11:30: Pascagoula – Charter Bank (1511 Jackson Avenue, Pascagoula

. 2:30: Hattiesburg – Visitor’s Center (5 Convention Center Plaza,
Hattiesburg 39401)

. 5:00: Mendenhall – Mendenhall G&G Gifts (102 Main Street,
Mendenhall 39114)

Tuesday, February 15th

. 8:00: Jackson – Mississippi Republican Party Headquarters (415
Yazoo Street, Jackson 39201)

. 9:45: Richland – Richland City Hall (380 Scarborough Street,
Richland 39218)

. 12:30: Vicksburg – Warren County Courthouse in Vicksburg

. 2:45: Yazoo City – Yazoo County Courthouse in Yazoo City

. 5:00: Greenwood – Leflore County Courthouse in Greenwood

Wednesday, February 16th

. 8:30: Hernando – DeSoto County Courthouse in Hernando

. 10:15: Southaven – Fillin Station Grille (4840 Venture Drive,
Southaven 38637)

. 1:00: Tupelo – Tupelo City Hall (71 East Troy Street, Tupelo

. 3:30: Golden Triangle – East Mississippi Community College Golden
Triangle Campus: Commons Area at Center for Manufacturing Technology
Excellence (8731 South Frontage Road, Mayhew 39753)

Thursday, February 17th

. 10:00: Philadelphia – Thomasson Company (1007 Saint Francis
Drive, Philadelphia 39350)

. 2:00: Meridian – Gipson Steel Company (2770 Sellers Drive,
Meridian 39301)

. 3:45: Quitman – Clarke County Chamber of Commerce (Quitman Train
Depot: 100 South Railroad Avenue, Quitman 39355)

Friday, February 18th

. 8:30: Laurel – Laurel Senior Citizens Center (715 North 10th
Avenue, Laurel)

. 10:45: Columbia – Marion County Courthouse in Columbia

. 1:30: McComb – Lott Furniture (204 Anna Drive, McComb 39648)

. 4:45: Picayune – Magnolia Columns (217 South Curran Avenue,
Picayune 39466)

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