President Barack Obama spoke to about 2,000 people Tuesday at the local Amazon fulfillment center. 

He laid out a five-point economic plan, and after he spoke, he took time to shake hands and speak to a few locals. 

Click here to read an initial story about his speech. 

Click here to see arrival and departure pictures.  

Thousands of people attended Tuesday's presidential event. Everyone had to wait outside to be let in at about 11 a.m. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
Obama hugs Amazon employee Lydia Flanders after she introduced him to the crowd. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
Before Obama came to the stage, the crowd chanted, "Obama! Obama!" (Photo: Billy Weeks)

Obama received a warm welcome from employees at Amazon, and he took time to shake hands with some in the audience. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
The president said the economy has rebounded during his presidency and said some Republicans in Washington haven't been cooperative. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
The president's tone ranged from serious and strong to light and funny as he spoke. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
Obama made jokes during his speech, and most in attendance wanted to capture the moment of having the president at their business. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
Obama laid out his plans to boost the economy. He got cheers from the crowd when he mentioned topics such as minimum wage. (Photo: Billy Weeks)
Obama did a short tour of the Amazon facility and spoke for about 30 minutes. He chatted with a few local people in attendance, shook hands and then left. (Photo: Billy Weeks)