Many Dolphins team members are expected to attend, including fullback Larry Csonka and Hall of Fame coach Don Shula.
Obama also hits the road again at the end of next week, this time on official business. He’s scheduled a bus trip through upstate New York and Pennsylvania to talk about making a college education more affordable. Thursday’s stops include the State University of New York at Buffalo and Henninger High School in Syracuse. On Friday, Obama planned to answer questions at a town hall-style event at SUNY-Binghamton before a stop at Lackawanna College in Scranton, Pa. He is to be joined there by Vice President Joe Biden, a native of the northeastern Pennsylvania city.
The stops are the latest on Obama’s summertime tour to highlight his economic proposals for the middle class.