Looking Ahead on the Tour
As we are nearing the end of the first week on AAM's 2010 "Keep it Made in America" Town Hall Tour, it's time to look ahead to future events, which have already received some great press coverage.
On Friday, the tour heads to Wheeling, WV where several candidates for West Virginia political office will speak out on issues relating to jobs and manufacturing.
On October 20, we'll be hitting Merrillville, IN. The Post-Tribune calls the event "timely" especially "with manufacturing jobs in NWI going the way of the rotary phone." Additionally, White House Counselor on Manufacturing Policy Ron Bloom will be present at the event.
Be sure to RSVP to an event in the city nearest you!
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