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Presidential Campaigns Ramp Up, as Does I Make America

As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ramp up their campaigns following the recent party conventions, AEM’s I Make America tour continues to engage and educate the public about the manufacturing issues at stake this election season.

IMA was a welcome guest of Gehl Compact Equipment at the Washington County Fair in Wisconsin on Thursday. The I Make America truck was displayed alongside Gehl equipment, giving Gehl employees and the general public a chance to play the 2016 I Make America game and sign up for the campaign. As a part of Manitou Americas, Gehl (and all the Manitou companies) have long been involved with I Make America.

Launched in April, the IMA Game is an interactive experience intended to educate users about the manufacturing issues at stake during the 2016 campaign in a fun and engaging way. Users compete in several small construction and agriculture equipment-themed challenges followed by multiple choice questions that test their knowledge of several manufacturing issues, like infrastructure, trade and renewable fuels.

The I Make America (IMA) Game is available to download for free through the iPhone App Store, Google Playand the Windows Store.

The Gehl event marked the second straight visit for I Make America to a fair. In August 2015, the campaign traveled to the Iowa State Fair to sign up Iowans for IMA and engage presidential candidates as they visited the fair.