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C.R. Onsrud Taking Part in Made in America Event at White House

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The event is intended to highlight domestically-produced goods with one business from each state invited. 


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On Monday, July 23, 2018, C.R. Onsrud Inc. will join President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, members of the administration and White House staff for a Made in America Product Showcase.

The event will host companies from across the United States with the intention of highlighting each state’s domestically-made goods. One business from each state has been invited to display products made and produced in the United States. C.R. Onsrud plans to showcase CNC machinery manufacturing products during the event. 

Tom Onsrud, CEO, and Jeff Onsrud, Director of Business Development, will be in attendance. 

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