DEWITT, N.Y. -- Dozens of local women are traveling to Washington, D.C., for Saturday's Women's March.

Two buses were loaded up in the parking lot of the DeWitt Wegmans on Friday. They also made stops in Cortland and Binghamton to pick up more marchers.

But just like massive march in Washington they are joining, these two buses showcase a national movement.

"We have some women here who flew in from Arizona that were from Central New York originally that are coming with us. I had a call from Oregon the other day if they could join our bus. The energy is just amazing, I can't imagine what it's going to be like tomorrow. I think it's going to be glowing pink is what I think," said Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, president of Women TIES.

Supporters want to make sure that the new administration pays attention to women's rights during the next four years.