The 2010 "Keep it Made in America" Town Hall Tour Kicks Off on Tuesday!
Want Washington to focus on jobs? So do we. Next Tuesday, AAM will launch the 2010 "Keep it Made in America" Town Hall Tour.
The tour will kick off in Hartford, CT, followed by stops in Jackson, MI, Lorain, OH and Wheeling, WV in the first week.
Next year, economic forecasters predict that America will lose its #1 global ranking in manufacturing for the first time in 110 years. That's right, China is projected to surpass the U.S. in manufacturing in 2011. American manufacturing has already suffered its worst decade on record with more than 5 million jobs lost, skyrocketing trade deficits with China, 50,000 shuttered factories, and a drop in output. Our leaders in Washington need to understand that without manufacturing, there can be no economic recovery.
We are determined to make American manufacturing and jobs Washington's #1 priority.
Not able to make it? We'll have plenty of coverage of the tour here on ManufactureThis in the coming weeks.
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