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Play the Manufacturing Challenge for Big Prizes

AEM Celebrates US Innovation with Nationwide Tour

By Jean-Paul McDonald
Farms.com

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is taking its biggest road trip ever - the "Manufacturing Express" bus tour! This exciting journey across the country isn't just about sightseeing; it's a celebration of the vital role equipment manufacturing plays in our economy.

But wait, there's more! AEM has launched an online video game, the "Manufacturing Challenge," exclusively for the tour. Test your knowledge of the industry and compete for amazing prizes, including the grand prize: a brand-new Ford F-150! Anyone in the continental U.S. can join the fun by visiting www.manufacturingexpress.org.

The "Manufacturing Express" isn't just a party on wheels. It's also an opportunity to showcase the incredible work of equipment manufacturers and their employees.

The tour will visit 80 communities, stopping at manufacturing sites to highlight the industry's $316 billion contribution to the U.S. economy and the 2.3 million people it employs. AEM will also engage with policymakers to advocate for policies that support this crucial sector.

Mark your calendars! The "Manufacturing Express" kicks off on July 1st in Knoxville, Iowa, and wraps up in October at Komatsu in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Don't miss this chance to learn, play, and celebrate the power of American manufacturing!

Photo Credit: AEM


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