President Donald Trump is expected to attend a fundraising luncheon event in San Diego Wednesday.
An online flyer obtained by NBC 7 shows the president is scheduled to attend a fundraising luncheon.
The cost of entry to the fundraiser ranges from $1,000 per plate to $100,000. That most expensive package gets a couple two tickets to the "roundtable," a photo opportunity with the president, and premier seating for lunch.
As of Sept. 3, there was a waiting list for both the Bronze Seating ($1,000) and Table Sponsors (give or raise $15,000).
The exact location of the event has not yet been released.
The San Diego fundraiser is the last California event for the President following a morning San Francisco fundraiser and an evening Los Angeles event, which will be held at a private residence in Beverly Hills.
This will be the president's third visit to the region since he took office. In April, he stopped in El Centro to view new fencing in place along the U.S.-Mexico border. In March 2018, he stopped in Otay Mesa and looked at prototypes for a proposed border wall.
Members of his administration have also visited San Diego. This past summer, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue met with San Diego County farmers. Vice President Mike Pence also held a private fundraising dinner in Rancho Santa Fe in early July.