Kudos to National Association of Manufacturers Vice President of Communications Hank Cox.
The Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI) will award Hank its 2008 distinguished alumnus award in April. The honor, which RCBI offers in conjunction with Marshall University and the Marshall University Alumni Association, goes to individuals who have made outstanding achievements in and contributions to manufacturing.
Hank, a 1968 Marshall graduate, won because he has been very successful at conveying complicated manufacturing issues to the news media and public. “Hank is a natural born communicator and has a knack for delivering the NAM’s message in a folksy, man-on-the-street manner that is very effective and engaging,” NAM president John Engler said.
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