Employees get no time off when Bush visits their factory.
Airlite president and CEO Brad Crosby said workers will be given one of four options during the visit: work their regular shift in an adjacent plant not visited by the president, take the day off and make up the work on Saturday, use one of their vacation days, or take an unpaid day off.

"Right from the beginning, we didn't want to see anyone take a cut in pay. We're just trying to be completely fair," Crosby said

From AP, Workers Won't Get Paid During Bush Visit.
  2003-05-11 19:29 Z