High Road to Victory Tour Building Momentum into Day 5

High Road to Victory Tour Building Momentum into Day 5

Montpelier, Vt. – After another long day of visiting businesses, meeting with Vermonters, and enjoying local fare, the High Road to Victory Tour continues to build energy around Phil Scott’s priorities: growing the economy; making Vermont more affordable; and investing in pro-growth initiatives like early education, affordable housing, and workforce development.

“It’s a packed schedule,” said campaign spokeswoman Brittney Wilson. “But we are the only campaign in this election willing to go to these lengths to talk to so many Vermonters directly and we are seeing the momentum build everyday,” Wilson added.

The High Road to Victory Tour hits its peak on Monday, November 7th with a statewide sprint that will hit all 14 counties and conclude with a high-energy rally at 14th Star Brewing Company in St. Albans.

The media is invited to join Phil and the team on the road. 

The schedule for Wednesday, November 4th follows:


8:30 a.m.                    Tour VT Teddy Bear Factory (Official)
      (Closed Press)

11:00 a.m.                  So. Burlington Veterans Ctr. Open House (Official)
      (Closed Press)

12:45 p.m.                  Lunch at McGillicuddy’s  (Open Press)
      28 Walnut St., Williston

1:45 p.m.                   Sign Wave (Open Press)
      Rt. 2A and Cypress St, Williston (in front of Chili’s)

3:30 p.m.                    Vermont Farm Bureau (Open Press)
      Stoweflake Conference Center
      1746 Mountain Rd, Stowe

4:30 p.m.                    Sign Wave (Open Press)
      Intersection of Rt. 108 and 100, Stowe