By Sam Mattison
Alabama Political Reporter
George Spottswood, a small business owner from Baldwin County, was recently named to a National Advisory Board.
Spottswood, the owner and CEO of Alabama-based business Quality Filters, Inc., will serve as a member of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP) Advisory Board.
“I’m looking forward to serving on the MEP Advisory Board in helping to make a difference with the critical mission of sustaining and growing manufacturing jobs in the USA,” Spottswood said in a statement. “Having been involved with Alabama’s own MEP ‘ATN’ since 2005, I’m very well aware of what a powerful job creating difference the skills, drive and dedication of a properly organized and directed MEP management team and field staff can make in American industry.”