2018 Miss Georgia Will Greet Attendees of the Georgia Manufacturing Summit on October 10th at the Cobb Galleria

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800 industry professionals from across the Southeast learn from manufacturing leaders from Chart Industries, Cloud & Wire, Gulfstream, KIA, Kumho Tire, Nisshinbo, Pratt & Whitney, Siemens, and Southwire the manufacturing trends to track.

2018 Miss Georgia, Annie Jorgensen

“We are excited to have Miss Georgia use her platform to bring awareness to manufacturing and the impact that it has on our state,” said Jason Moss, CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance.

Annie Jorgensen, the 2018 Miss Georgia will be on hand to greet attendees at the Georgia Manufacturing Summit on October 10th. Ms. Jorgensen is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia and received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the Grady School of Journalism. In her role as Miss Georgia, she helps promote the resources and products that are made in Georgia. Miss Georgia’s visit at the Summit is sponsored by Activ Technologies.

“We are excited to have Miss Georgia use her platform to bring awareness to manufacturing and the impact that it has on our state,” said Jason Moss, CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance. “Not only will she assist in the presentation of the People of Manufacturing Awards at the Summit, but she will also be available for photos in the Activ Technologies booth during the show.”

Miss Jorgensen received a commendation from Governor Nathan Deal in honor of her community service. She is the creator and spokesperson for #IGotThis Campaign which promotes confidence in young women and has developed a National Patch Program for The Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. She has also been the National Keynote Speaker for Generations Against Bullying and was recognized as the Children’s Hospital State Volunteer of the Year.

The 2018 Georgia Manufacturing Summit, held October 10th at the Cobb Galleria, is expected to attract over 800 attendees from across the Southeast. The theme will be on the Aerospace Industry, the number one export for the state of Georgia. Mark Burns, President of Gulfstream, and Eric Rojek, V.P. of Sales & Marketing for Thrush Aircraft will be this year’s keynote speakers. This event is for all sectors of the manufacturing industry and allows attendees to make face-to-face connections with other manufacturers, see innovative products, and learn from industry experts.

In addition to the keynote presentations, this event will have over 30 of the top industry leaders from Chart Industries, Cloud & Wire, Decartes, KIA, Kumho Tire, Nisshinbo, Pratt & Whitney, Siemens, Southwire, and more. They will provide educational workshops that focus on Manufacturing Success in Georgia in the key sectors of Disruptive Technologies, Financial Perspectives, International Manufacturing, Sales & Marketing, Supply Chain, and Workforce Development. To learn more, watch Miss Georgia’s video about the Summit: https://youtu.be/iKmjyW8ttBg

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: http://www.GeorgiaManufacturingSummit.com
Media contacts that that are interested in covering this event may call Marjorie Dykes at 770-338-0051 or email marjorie(at)georgiamanufacturing.com to request a complimentary PRESS PASS.

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