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Reelcraft, CCHS mark Manufacturing Day

October 8, 2013

As part of Manufacturing Day, employees of Reelcraft Industries, Inc. conducted tours for Columbia City High School students. Director of Quality Todd Bredice, pictured, and Director of Operations Randy Carnahan lead groups of students through Reelcraft’s facility. Photo contributed

COLUMBIA CITY — Reelcraft Industries, Inc. in Columbia City hosted approximately 25 students from Columbia City High School for a Manufacturing Day event Oct. 2 as part of an effort to draw greater attention to the opportunities that a career in manufacturing can provide.

The event also promoted the pursuit of skills that will lead to a long-term career that offers security and growth for qualified candidates.

The purpose of Manufacturing Day is to erase outdated myths about manufacturing, inspire a new generation of employees to work in the manufacturing industry and inform about manufacturing extension partnerships designed to improve efficiencies, workforce skills and boost profits.

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