'Easy Button' Made Easier for Mfg Day

With the launch of this new and easier to use site, Manufacturing Day is hoping to increase participation and move further with the important work of educating the public about the benefits of careers in modern manufacturing.

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Across North America, 360,000 people attended the 2014 Manufacturing Day event.

The partners responsible for Manufacturing Day have refreshed its website, MfgDay.com, to make it easier for sponsors, companies, supporters and volunteers to participate in this year’s event. It is scheduled for October 2 this year, but it is not too early to think about getting involved, and this website is an entry point.

For 3 years, Manufacturing Day has celebrated the world of modern manufacturing as a direct means of inspiring the next generation of manufacturers across North America. It is manufacturing’s pro-active approach to show and tell young people why modern manufacturing does not represent many of their preconceptions.

Last year, more than 1,650 companies, educational institutions and associations in all 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico participated in Manufacturing Day events, which were attended by 360,000 people. With the launch of this new and easier to use site, Mfg Day is hoping to increase participation and move further in the important work of educating the public about the benefits of careers in modern manufacturing.

It’s a concerted effort to answer one of manufacturing’s most pressing problems. Seems like a no-brainer to me. Click here to access MfgDay.com