From: Industry Today
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: How Would You Spend $1.3 Billion?
Date: Wed Jun 11 21:13:02 MDT 2014


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How Would You Spend $1.3 Billion?

The Obama Administration has just made it easier for targeted regions in the United States to secure a piece of a $1.3 billion bounty. 

Last week the Administration named 12 designated Manufacturing Communities as part of the second phase of the Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) launched last September. 

The effort both recognizes the importance of manufacturing, as well as the need to build on the momentum manufacturing has experienced in creating 647,000 jobs, since the "Great Recession" of five years ago.




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