Alliance for American Manufacturing staff spread "Made in America" message at assembly in Kentucky
Field staff with the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) spent last week in Louisville, Kentucky for the 52nd Annual Unitarian Universalist General Assembly (UU).
More than 3,500 delegates from around the world attended the event. At an AAM booth they were able to send messages to their legislators urging them to revitalize manufacturing and invest in U.S. infrastructure. AAM field staff talked about "Keep it Made in America" projects and what's being done to "level the playing field" for U.S. manufacturing.
Thank you to the UU membership for welcoming AAM into their convention and working with us to “Keep it Made in America”
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