Manufacturing Summit: Closing the Divide

(BUSINESS WIRE) — October 9, 2012 — Metals Service Center Institute:

   

WHAT

A Manufacturing Summit: Closing the Divide Between Jobs, Policy and Growth” will be co-hosted by the national Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) and the Buffalo chapter and is one of 11 to be held this election year around the country.

 

WHO

MSCI president and CEO Bob Weidner, III

MSCI chapter president, Todd Zyra, CEO, Klein Steel Service, Inc.

 

John Batiste, president & CEO, Klein Steel Service Inc.;

Gary D. Keith, vice president – regional economist, M&T Bank;

Brian Sampson, executive director, Unshackle Upstate; and

Michael Stumo, CEO, Coalition for a Prosperous America

 
All republican and democrat federal candidates have been invited to participate.
 

WHEN

Oct. 22, 2012
4:00 p.m. summit and panel discussion
5:30 p.m. networking reception
 

WHERE

Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CMS Building 78)
Rochester Institute of Technology
111 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY
(Free parking in Lot T)
 
 

BACKGROUND

The purpose of the meeting is to:
 
• Mobilize the metals industry—producers, service centers, processors and end users—in advance of the 2012 elections around the many issues that threaten the long-term outlook for manufacturing and the U.S. economy; and
 

• Educate candidates on these issues so that they may better understand how their action, or inaction, directly influences our industry’s ability to grow, increase jobs and stay competitive.

 

The summit will present a unique opportunity for local and national industry leaders, employees and policy experts to discuss what is needed for a thriving and competitive manufacturing sector and to hear candidates’ views on key issues.

 

HOW

Attendees: Registration is $15 and is available online. For more information, contact Teresa Zingale .

Media Contact : Jonathan Kalkwarf 847-485-3007, cell 773-835-6108

Ashley DeVecht 847-485-3011; cell 616-260-2785

 
 

ABOUT

Founded in 1909, the Metals Service Center Institute, based in Rolling Meadows, Ill., has over 400 member companies operating from more than 1,500 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and throughout the world. Together MSCI members constitute the largest single group of metals purchasers in North America, amounting each year to more than 55 million tons of steel, aluminum and other metals, with about 300,000 manufacturers and fabricators as customers.
 

For more information, visit www.msci.org . “Like” us on Facebook at Metals Service Center Institute, follow us on Twitter @MSCITweets, and connect with us on LinkedIn at Metals Service Center Institute.


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