December 7, 2007
Keep it Made in America
Town Hall Meeting hosted by John Ratzenberger of Cheers
You are invited to a “Keep It Made In America” Town Hall meeting, featuring John Ratzenberger (the beloved actor from Cheers and now Host of Travel Channel’s Made in America). This is the sixth in a series of town hall meetings in key primary election states. Their purpose is to provide you with the information and inspiration to challenge all the Presidential candidates to support good jobs, fair trade, healthy communities and domestic manufacturing.
Good jobs and viable domestic manufacturing are critical to maintaining vibrant communities. It’s not surprising that these issues top the list of American Voter concerns in every poll. We want to inform and mobilize people in key primary states to challenge all the Presidential Candidates. What will they do about jobs, trade policy and the economic future for us and our families?
We believe this issue impacts everyone. It’s about good jobs, economic prosperity, national security, Safe and healthy products and our nations place in the world. Everyone is invited. We want citizens, leaders, students, retirees, white and blue collar workers, business people, working families and public servants. This is not a partisan issue, it’s a community issue. If you are concerned and interested, we want you there.
When: Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Where: The Freedom Center 215 East Main Street Rock Hill, SC 29731
Time: Free dinner at 5:00 pm; program begins at 6:30 pm
RSVP: Limited seating available so you must RSVP; Call Toll Free to: 866-365-2203
There is no cost to attend this non-partisan event. Download the invitation and event information sheet.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) is a unique, non-partisan partnership forged to trengthen manufacturing in the U.S. AAM brings together a select group of America’s leading manufacturers and the United Steelworkers. Our mission is to promote creative policy solutions on priorities such as international trade, energy security, health care, retirement security, currency manipulation and other issues of mutual concern. We believe that an innovative and growing manufacturing base is vital to America’s economic and national security, as well as providing good jobs for future generations. AAM achieves its mission through research, public education, advocacy, strategic communications, and coalition building around the issues that matter most to America’s manufacturing sector. To learn more and subscribe to the latest news on manufacturing, visit americanmanufacturing.org.
Video: The Need to Strengthen U.S. Manufacturing
Video: John Ratzenberger- Made in America