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Governor to kick off her Inaugural Made in Alabama Showcase

The governor selected 12 top-rated businesses for their work in producing exceptional products for the state.

(Via Governor's Office)

Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday will kick off her Inaugural Made in Alabama Showcase to highlight Alabama-American made products during Manufacturing Month. The governor selected 12 top-rated businesses for their work in producing exceptional products for the state and invited them to exhibit their products at the Alabama State Capitol.

All exhibitors, representing the seven congressional districts, were nominated by the Business Council of Alabama (BCA), the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama (CCA) and Manufacture Alabama. This year’s honorees are as follows:

  • Monroe Sausage
  • Vulcan, Inc.
  • Dean’s Cake House
  • John Emerald Distilling
  • SHOWA Group
  • SouthFresh Feeds
  • Kith Kitchens
  • Zone Protects
  • Eleven86 Real Artesian Water
  • Alabama Sawyer
  • American Cast Iron Pipe Company
  • Henry Brick Company

After delivering brief remarks, Governor Ivey will visit each booth. Joining the governor will be Alabama Department of Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield, as well as representatives from the BCA, the CCA and Manufacture Alabama. The showcase is open to the public from 10:00 a.m. through 12:00 noon.

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