Manufacturing Day 2016- Let NFPA Know if You are Taking Part!

Manufacturing Day℠ (MFG Day)  is a celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Although Manufacturing Day officially occurs on the first Friday in October—which this year is October 7, 2016—any day can be a Manufacturing Day. It’s not too late to plan your MFG Day event!

Companies and community organizations should plan their events on the date that works best for them and their community. Any day of the year can be Manufacturing Day. All events should be registered on this site no matter what date they are scheduled. Only registered event hosts have access to all of the easy-to-use free event planning and execution resources created by the national co-producers.

Are you participating in MFG Day? Please let us know so that we can create a press release to generate some buzz for you! Contact Lynn Beyer at lbeyer@nfpa.com or 414-778-3364.

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