American Made Matters is proud to announce a great American event, sponsored by our member, Tough Traveler and the City of Schenectady, NY. The City, in conjunction with area stakeholders, will be hosting an important community event which includes the local debut of the “American Made Movie” followed by a panel discussion with influential state-wide and local economic development stakeholders. The panel discussion will be moderated by Jack Aernecke and will offer an opportunity for attendees to propose questions related to the state of manufacturing in Schenectady and beyond.
American manufacturing employment has been on the decline for decades, unleashing a devastating effect on our local and national economies. Fortunately, people are making a difference by doing their part at a local level – supporting small businesses, buying from local craftsman instead of the big box stores, and purchasing Made in USA when possible. Americans can be inspired by individual and corporate efforts highlighted in the new critically acclaimed documentary, “American Made Movie.”
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Schenectady based YouthBuild program by providing a onetime scholarship for a program participant that plans on attending and enrolling in a Manufacturing Technology program at Schenectady County Community College.
For more information please contact Chad Putman at 518-225-0957 / firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also follow the local, American Made Movement on Facebook at “American Made – Going Local”
Film screening: 6:30 pm
Panel Discussion: 8:00 pm
Rated G Film • Running Time: 82 min
Event Running Time: Approximately 2.5 hours
Ticket Price: $5
Interested in hosting a movie screening in your home town? Help us spread the word about the importance of American manufacturing and get involved in the movement. Contact Rachel Highley, AMM Marketing Director – email@example.com.