(CNN) – Donald Trump will venture to New Hampshire in June for an appearance at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics' "Politics and Eggs," the longtime forum that has become a must-stop for presidential hopefuls.
Carolyn Hammer, the communications specialist at the Institute of Politics, told CNN Trump agreed to the appearance within the last few days. A specific date in June has not yet been set. The same forum played host to 11 presidential wannabes in 2008.
News of the foray comes days after Trump – who has long flirted with the idea of running for president – told reporters recent world developments makes him "more serious than ever" about the prospect.
News of Trump's impending New Hampshire visit also comes a week after a top Trump adviser ventured to Iowa to talk politics with the state's GOP chairman, Matthew Strawn.
Trump has said he will make his presidential decision by June.
New Hampshire's WMUR first reported Trump's upcoming trip.
CNN's Peter Hamby contributed to this report.