I am spending the day with David Cameron as he embarks on a final push for votes before tomorrow's referendum.
Mr Cameron was joined by Labour's Harriet Harman at the first stop in Bristol.
Here the boss of Shiner - a firm which distributes skateboards and Heelys shoes (and no he didn't try them on) - told the Prime Minister that Brexit would be a 'disaster'.
The Managing Director of Shiner, Charlie Allen, told Mr Cameron 30 jobs would have to go from the UK if we vote to Leave in the event of a Brexit as the distribution centre would be relocated to an EU member state.
The firm exports 50% of its goods to the EU and fears it's would have to pay export tariffs if Britain votes Leave tomorrow.
This is stop one.
There are plenty more before we finish tonight in the Midlands.