#StateofMFG Week 1 Media Wrap: LIVE FROM NEW YORK…

After taking manufacturing’s message to the White House yesterday, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons and Emerson Chairman and CEO and NAM Board Chair David Farr took that same message to the airwaves. Timmons and Farr tagged up with national reporters to give the nation a readout of the meeting with President Donald Trump and to highlight the amazing stories already coming out of the 2017 State of Manufacturing Tour.  Click on the images below to watch the coverage.

Farr-Payne

Farr champions modern manufacturing and policies needed to grow the sector in an interview with FOX Business’ Charles Payne. Click here to view the clip.

 

Jay - CNBC

Minutes ahead of President Trump’s speech on Friday, Timmons appeared live on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” to discuss balancing burdensome regulations and reforming the tax code. Click here to view clip.

 

Farr - Varney2

Farr and Stuart Varney square off on policies needed to grow jobs on FOX Business’ “Varney & Co.” Click here to view clip.

 

Jay - Cavuto

Timmons gives a readout of the White House meeting with manufacturers on FOX Business with Neil Cavuto on his show, “Coast to Coast.” Click here to view clip.

 

Jay - Quest

Timmons goes head to head with CNN business reporter Richard Quest about manufacturing jobs on CNN International’s “Quest Means Business.” Click here to view clip.

 

Jay - NPR

 Timmons jumped on the radio with NPR host Steve Inskeep on the station’s popular Morning Edition” show (5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) to discuss the evolving manufacturing workforce and the innovators Timmons has met so far on the State of Manufacturing Tour. Listen to full clip here.

Jennifer Drogus

Jennifer Drogus

Director or Media Relations at National Association of Manufacturers
Jennifer Drogus is the Director of Media Relations at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the nation’s largest industrial trade association and the leading voice for the manufacturing sector in the United States. She is responsible for coordinating media and strategic communications to promote the NAM’s policy agenda. Ms. Drogus specifically focuses on media relating to International Economic Affairs, Tax and Domestic Economic Policy, which includes key topics such as trade, investment policy issues and economic conditions for the manufacturing sector.Ms. Drogus also coordinates media for the NAM’s Chief Economist.
Jennifer Drogus

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