Kustoff Announces Jobs Tour

October 11, 2016

Tour will stop in Collierville, Covington, Friendship, Huntingdon, Jackson, Paris and Ripley

GERMANTOWN, TN – The Republican nominee, David Kustoff announced today he will be traveling across Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District, visiting seven counties, beginning Thursday, October 13. The tour will include a dinner for the Carroll County GOP at the home of Colonel James C. Harding.

“I’m excited about launching our Jobs Tour throughout the district,” said David Kustoff. “The fight is real everyday for hard working West Tennesseans facing unemployment and struggling to pay their bills. With the right workforce development we can get West Tennesseans back to work.”

The tour begins Thursday, October 13 in Madison County and ends Friday, October 14 in Fayette County. The following are the details of his Jobs Tour:

October 13, 2016

TIME: 9:00AM – 11:00AM
EVENT: Toyota Bodine – Plant Tour & Town Hall
ADDRESS: 301 James Lawrence Rd, Jackson, TN

TIME: 12:00PM– 2:00PM
EVENT: Moore Pumps – Plant Tour & Town Hall
ADDRESS:  9842 US-412, Friendship, TN

TIME: 3:30PM – 5:00PM
EVENT: Tosh Hog Farm Tour
ADDRESS: 1586 Atlantic Avenue, Paris, TN

TIME: 6:00PM – 7:30PM
EVENT: Carroll County GOP Dinner
ADDRESS: Col. Jim and Barbara Harding, 1357 Ledsinger Rd., Huntingdon, TN

October 14, 2016

TIME: 9:00AM – 11:00AM
EVENT: Unilever Best Foods – Plant Tour & Town Hall
ADDRESS: 2000 U.S. 51, Covington, TN

TIME: 12:00PM – 2:00PM
EVENT: Marvin Windows & Doors – Plant Tour & Town Hall
ADDRESS: 101 Marvin Drive, Ripley, TN

TIME: 3:30PM – 5:00PM
EVENT: Bank of Fayette – Meeting and Town Hall
ADDRESS: 1265 Highway 57, Collierville, TN

David Kustoff’s roots run deep in West Tennessee. He was born and raised in Shelby County and is a graduate of the University of Memphis.

Appointed U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee by President Bush in 2006, Kustoff set his sights on cleaning up government and public corruption and fighting violent crime and drugs. He oversaw the majority of the Tennessee Waltz trials that sent Senator John Ford and 12 other defendants to federal prison.

David and his wife of 14 years, Roberta, have two children Maggie and Jake.