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WASHINGTON, July 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is a schedule of upcoming luncheons at the National Press Club. Luncheon tickets are open to the public except where noted as "members and guests only."  Credentialed press may cover Luncheons and Newsmakers. Events listed are subject to last-minute changes. Space may be reserved at any NPC Luncheon by calling 202-662-7501. To save time and avoid waiting in line, tickets can be paid for in advance by using a credit card or putting tickets on a house account if there is a credit card on file with the Club. Reservations are not required for Newsmakers, unless otherwise noted.

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To find out more about what's happening at the National Press Club, check out the National Press Club's Web site at www.press.org or email mcooke@press.org.

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July 21, 2014
Anthony Foxx, Secretary , U.S. Department of Transportation
TOPIC: Foxx will speak about increasing U.S. transportation infrastructure spending
To register for this event click here.

July 22, 2014  
Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, Centers for Disease Control
TOPIC: Friedman will address concerns about the MERS virus and other key health issues
To register for this event click here

******July 31, 2014  THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
H.E. Goodluck Jonathan, President of the Republic of Nigeria
This event has been cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.

August 1, 2014
H.E. Denis Sassou Nguesso, President of the Republic of Congo
TOPIC: Nguesso will discuss peace, security and stability of the central Africa region and oil investments in his country.
To register for this event click here.

******August 4, 2014  - NOTE TIME CHANGE – Lunch 1:30 pm, Program – 2:00 pm
H.E. Jacob Zuma, President of South Africa
TOPIC: TBA
To register for this event click here.

National Press Club Luncheons are webcast live on press.org at 1:00 pm (except where time change is noted) on event day. 

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The National Press Club
The World's Leading Professional Organization for Journalists
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