MFG DAY is a celebration of what 12 million people around the United States experience every day—pride at working in manufacturing. We invited event hosts to express some of this daily pride by contributing stories, photos, and videos that show how much manufacturing means to them.
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The movement for manufacturing is gaining momentum in Detroit!
On Friday, Oct. 7, Detroit Manufacturing Systems welcomed almost 250 middle and high school students, educators and parents on Manufacturing Day 2016. Visiting youngsters, who hailed from Academy of the Americas, Breithaupt,...Continue Reading
We celebrated and promoted Manufacturing Day 2016 for the first time at Reed's Metals, Inc. this year. We are a metal manufacturer that specializes in metal roofing, metal buildings and pole barns, and we opened up this event to the community. We held presentations and tours all day for our...Continue Reading
Spika Design & Manufacturing hosted over 400 students at their facility on September 28-29 in celebration of MFG Day. Kids grades K-12 were invited to take part in one of five different activities, including welding steel and aluminum helicopters, working with electricity and a pencil lead...Continue Reading
As part of National Manufacturing Day, Hillenbrand celebrated its own Manufacturing Day event on September 14 at its corporate headquarters in Batesville, Ind. The event was co-hosted by Batesville Casket, Batesville Tool & Die, Heartwood, Hill-Rom and Wood-Mizer – all manufacturing...Continue Reading
For the 4th year, Marshall County High School welcomed local manufacturers to MCHS for MFG Day 2016 on Oct. 3, 2016 where employers and students learn from one another on careers in manufacturing and the pathways to achieving those careers. This year, special guest, Randy Boyd - Tennessee...Continue Reading