Friday, March 04, 2011

Hoosier Manufacturing Summit - All are Invited

Congress of the United States
House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Fellow Hoosier,
It is my pleasure to invite you to Playing to Win: Indiana's Future as America's Manufacturing Leader, a summit discussing the Hoosier manufacturing tradition and how we can innovate in order to continue to lead in this field. At this event, I will be hosting experts in the manufacturing sector from around the State of Indiana. Leaders from the automotive industry, trade representatives, business professors, and other manufacturing professionals from across the sector who will gather to share ideas and best practices for out-working and out-innovating the competition.

The first panel, entitled, Racing toward Tomorrow: A Sector-Specific Profile of the Automotive Industry, will tackle the current status of the automotive industry in Indiana and how we can continue to lead in this field. The second panel, entitled, Developing a Winning Game Plan: Policy Prescriptions for continued Growth, will cover the future of the manufacturing sector more broadly and panelists will cover topics such as retooling, workforce training, trade imbalances, and market trends. All panelists will focus on Indiana's role as a current and future leader in this sector and there will be time for a question and answer session with the audience for each panel. I hope that you, as a stakeholder with insight to offer in this field, will join us for this discussion.

Date: Monday, March 7, 2011

Time: Check-in begins at 8:15 a.m. EST
First panel discussion begins at 8:45 a.m. EST
Summit will end no later than 12:00 p.m. EST

Place: Ivy Tech Community College's North Meridian Campus
4th Floor Auditorium
North Meridian Center
Corner of Meridian St. and Fall Creek Pkwy.
Indianapolis, IN 46208

To RSVP, please email with your name, company or school affiliation, and contact information.

Thank you for your consideration, and I hope you are able to join me in this discussion on Indiana's economic future next month.


Joe Donnelly,

Congressman Joe Donnelly (IN-02)

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