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Gov. Ivey to kick off Made in Alabama Showcase

The governor selected 14 top-rated businesses for their work in producing exceptional products.

Governor Kay Ivey gave remarks to the Alabama Manufacturer of the Year Awards Friday October 07, 2022 in Montgomery, Ala. Governor’s Office/Hal Yeager
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Governor Kay Ivey on Friday will kick off her second annual Made in Alabama Showcase to highlight Alabama-American made products during Manufacturing Month. The governor selected 14 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.

This year’s honorees are as follows:

  • Frio Gourmet Pops
  • Shaw Industries
  • To Your Health Sprouted Flour Company
  • Victory Game Clocks
  • WoodHaven Custom Calls
  • Red Land Cotton
  • Golden Eagle Syrup
  • Jack Daniel Cooperage
  • Specification Rubber Products
  • Central City Urban Farm
  • Hartzell Engine Technologies
  • Evonik (Not in attendance)
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama, Inc. (Not in attendance)
  • Prystup Packaging Products (Not in attendance) 

After welcoming the attendees and congratulating the honorees, Governor Ivey will visit each booth. The showcase is open to the public from 10 a.m. through 12 p.m. noon.

WHO: Governor Kay Ivey

WHAT: Second Annual Made in Alabama Showcase Kickoff

WHEN: Friday, October 14, 2022, at 10 a.m. Central Daylight Time

WHERE: Alabama State Capitol (Old Supreme Court Library – 1st Floor) 600 Dexter Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36130

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