August 29th, 2011
01:34 PM ET
WASHINGTON (CNN) –Just days after returning from his Martha’s Vineyard vacation President Obama will hit the road again Tuesday, this time he’ll travel to Minneapolis-St. Paul Minnesota.
The White House said he’ll deliver remarks at the 93rd American Legion National Convention.
Mostly veterans are expected to be in attendance at the Minneapolis Convention Center event.
As the president continues to push his economic recovery message, a senior administration official told CNN “I am sure a good chunk of it [speech] will be about how service members and their families have been impacted by the economy.”
This week veteran’s groups will be getting the attention of not only the president but also two presidential hopefuls. Shortly before Mr. Obama delivers his remarks in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Republican Mitt Romney will speak at the VFW convention in San Antonio,Texas. It’s the same convention that Republican Governor Rick Perry addressed on Monday.