When the President rolls into Chattanooga, he'll have hundreds of people and signs greeting him.
"I hope he sees that we're excited about his changes and to keep pushing and we'll be with him and that we are with him 100 percent," said Jennifer Waxenburg.
With many local groups planning protests outside of the Obama's speech at Amazon, this group wants to show positive support.
"He is the President of the United States and just based on that fact alone he deserves our respect," said Erin Lutz.
"He needs to know he's doing a good job with all the nay-sayers and all the negative talk," said Jamila Surles-Walker.
They all agree that it speak volumes for this city that the President has chosen Chattanooga as a stop on his tour.
"He needs to get to good communities. Small town communities. Large enough to matter but small enough to mean he's engaged," said local business owner Joe Ledbetter.
"I think it shows that we are forward thinking. We have big things going on here," said Waxenburg.