See our daily wrap-up of the 2016 State of Manufacturing Tour: Stop 1 – New Hampshire
Today kicked off our 2016 State of Manufacturing Tour! The tour is a series of speeches and events being held across the country in January and February to highlight the vital role that the industry plays in the U.S. economy and in changing perceptions of manufacturing.
The tour began today at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., with an address from NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons. Timmons provided tremendous insights into how manufacturers continue to drive economic growth in the United States and how they are leading an innovation revolution that will win jobs for America, raise standards of living and restore our nation’s standing around the world. In New Hampshire, Timmons unveiled “Competing to Win: Manufacturers’ Agenda for Economic Growth and American Exceptionalism”—a roadmap to guide manufacturing voters and candidates as they navigate the upcoming elections.
We invite you to take a look at some of the key highlights from our first stop below. And now on to Florida for stop 2!
Opening Remarks from Timmons
Behind the Scenes:
In the News:
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