Louisville, KY – The tickets are all gone for President Bush's visit to Louisville Wednesday. That's because his address on global terror will not be open to the general public.
They've been distributed by members of Congress, hosts of the event and other groups paying for it.
Beth Howard of Greater Louisville, Inc. says there are a very limited number of seats where the address is planned.
It'll be a special day for 57 year old Bob Manning of Louisville, who will get to shake the President's hand. Bush will give the Western Kentucky University graduate the President's Volunteer Service Award for his work on behalf of "USA Cares".
Manning helped organize "Operation Slugger", a project that collected 13 tons of used athletic equipment for American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.