Success Stories

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.

Do you have a story to tell? Share it with us!

  • Nov 26

    Bassett Industry Tour


    On November 5, 2014 six youth from PathStone’s Youth Empowerment Program had the pleasure and opportunity of touring Bassett Industries INC located in Pottstown, Pa. Basset Industries is a manufacturing company that was started over 50 years ago. They specialize in welding, bending, and cutting...

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  • Nov 26

    Manufacturing Day 2014 at Fiberline in Hatfield, PA


    On October 3, 2014 Pathstone’s Montgomery County Youth Empowerment Program participants from Souderton Area High School had the opportunity to participate in National Manufacturing Day. The students were transported to Fiberline in Hatfield PA where they were greeted by the President and Chief...

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  • Nov 26

    Specialty Screw celebrated MFG DAY with the employees & their families during an Open House.


    One of the opportunities that young children experienced during the open house tour at Specialty Screw was to use their imagination and make a fastener or screw into how it may look in the future using play dough. They also visited the Quality lab to measure parts, the Toolroom to see how a wire...

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  • Nov 25

    Manufacturing Day in Lewisburg, TN


    The City of Lewisburg, the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce and the Marshall County Joint Economic and Community Development Board hosted a Manufacturing Day event at MCHS in Lewisburg on Tuesday, October 7, 2014.
    Walker Die Casting, Talos Engineered Products, RockTenn, Lewisburg...

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  • Nov 25

    Women in Engineering Event Called: Inquire! Innovate! Invent! Held in NE Ohio


    On November 8th, 2014 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., The Women in Engineering Program at The University of Akron with generous support from Alcoa hosted an event for 6-12th grade girls and Girl Scouts from Northeast Ohio called Inquire! Innovate! Invent!. This program, which began with only 20 girls...

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