To see Romney's caravan leaving the airport, watch the embedded video.
The candidate will host a series of receptions at the Peabody Hotel, followed by a $50,000 per couple dinner at the Capital Hotel across the street.
Guests who wish to attend a general reception must pay $2,500 per person. A photo reception is $10,000 per couple and a "Chairman's Reception" is $25,000 per couple.
Special guests will include Sen. John Boozman plus Reps. Rick Crawford, Tim Griffin and Steve Womack, according to the invitation.
Candace Martin, communications director for the Democratic Party of Arkansas released the following statement on Romney's Arkansas visit:
"Clearly, Mitt Romney is so out-of-touch that he's only interested in meeting with the super-wealthy instead of listening to the needs of everyday Arkansans, which one would expect coming from someone who selected the architect of a plan to give huge tax breaks to corporations in order to end Medicare as we know it. It's no wonder the Romney campaign is clearly keeping Paul Ryan away from Arkansas because of his plan to turn Medicare into a voucher system which would devastate Arkansas seniors and families."
The fundraiser is organized by Romney Victory, a joint fundraising committee that includes Romney for President and the Republican National Committee.
The Arkansas trip is not part of Romney's public schedule today.
Before coming to the Natural State, he will be in Bettendorf, Iowa to discuss the Romney-Ryan plan for a stronger middle class at a "We Did Build It" event.