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8/7/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Cincinnati Mayor Declares Manufacturer's Day Coinciding with Top Shops Conference

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Manufacturer’s Day coincides with the opening of the third annual Top Shops Conference, an event tailored to machine shops that create parts and assemblies for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, defense and medical.

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Cincinnati, Ohio, Mayor John Cranley has declared September 9, 2019, “Manufacturer’s Day” in the city. The day has been set aside to honor the contribution of U.S. machine shops to the growth and health of the country’s economy, their career opportunities and application of advanced manufacturing technology.

Manufacturer’s Day coincides with the opening of the third annual Top Shops Conference, an event tailored to machine shops that create parts and assemblies for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, defense and medical. This year’s event is being held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati September 9-11.

“Having the city support the manufacturing community in this way is a sign that the people who are making things in America are continuing to thrive,” says Justin Combs, marketing manager for the Top Shops Conference. “Our event brings together the best machine shop owners and managers in the country and allows them to learn from industry experts and their peers as they continue on their path to continuous operational improvement. Cincinnati, with its long manufacturing heritage, is the perfect spot to host a conference with a goal of growing machining businesses and making them more efficient and effective.”

Manufacturer’s Day will be celebrated during the opening reception for the event. More details are available at topshopsevent.com.

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