The I Make America tour made its first stop in Wisconsin and its second of the year at an event last Monday at HUSCO International, Inc. in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
HUSCO CEO and AEM Director Austin Ramirez welcomed state elected officials and AEM leaders to the company's facilities and spoke to HUSCO employees about the importance of manufacturing issues this election season.
State Rep. Adam Neylon and State Sen. Chris Kapenga joined Ramirez and AEM President Dennis Slater for a discussion and facility tour before speaking to HUSCO employees about the importance of manufacturing. Following the presentation, employees had the opportunity to play the new I Make America game and download the app to learn more about how manufacturing issues are at stake this election season.
The event rounds out the I Make America schedule for April but sets up a busy month for the IMA tour in May.
Contact AEM's Abby Lannoye (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: 414-298-4746) if you are interested in promoting the I Make America app at your company this election season and getting your employees prepared on the issues when they go to the polls on Election Day.