This Week on Tour
After a successful first week, AAM is excited to begin a second week of events that will take place in Erie, PA, Canton, OH, Merrillville, IN, Wayne, PA and Asheville, NC.
Stay tuned to our blog for coverage, and also visit the blog of Campaign for America's Future fellow and blogger Dave Johnson, who will be joining us on tour.
Tonight's event in Erie, PA will begin at 5:30 pm at the Bayfront Convention Center, and will feature the following guests:
- Scott Paul, Executive Director, Alliance for American Manufacturing
- Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper, (D-PA) 3rd Congressional District PA
- Mike Kelly, 3rd Congressional District PA candidate
- Kenneth Boothe Jr., General Manager, Donjon Ship Builders
- Reverend Jeffery Priscaro, St. Ann's church
- Ron Oliver, Community Labor Leader
- Paul Fitzgerald, Director, Erie Institute of Technology.
- Tim Ryan President, Apex Offshore Wind.
- David J. Rosenberg, Head of Marketing, North America Gamesa Energy
- Hillary Bright, Blue/Green Alliance Field Organizer.
The numbers are in, and according to a recent AAM poll, jobs and the implementation of a manufacturing policy in Washington are topping voters' concerns. On the tour, we'll see how candidates respond when they are asked to face the voters.
Related recent Blogs
- Kickstarting a manufacturing renaissance • by TGarland • 12/06/2013
- December 6, 2013: The #AAMeter, it moves (in the right direction)! • by mmcmullan • 12/06/2013
- U.S. Manufacturing Gains 27,000 Jobs in November: Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Statement. • by scapozzola • 12/06/2013
- Indiana manufacturing program expands • by TGarland • 12/05/2013
- Scott Paul: Keep skilled jobs for skilled workers in Washington • by mmcmullan • 12/05/2013
- December 5, 2013: Another voice for a currency rule in the TPP • by mmcmullan • 12/05/2013
- Some Made in America gift ideas for the obnoxious teenager in your life • by LDonia • 12/04/2013
- A bad time to sideline trade talks • by mmcmullan • 12/04/2013
- Infrastructure investment means job creation • by TGarland • 12/04/2013
- December 4, 2013: Familiar trade deficit doldrums • by mmcmullan • 12/04/2013