Upcoming Trade Shows 

dlat southwest conference & expo

October 2nd – 3rd, 2020
Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center, Grapevine, TX
Booth#: 5

PAST TRADE SHOW ATTENDANCE

CDS Midwinter Meeting 2020 • LMT Lab Day Chicago 2020
FDLA 2019 • LMT Lab Day West 2019 • DLAT 2019 • LMT Lab Day East 2019
FDLA 2018 • LMT Lab Day East 2018 
 

NOTICE

The City of Safety Harbor has cancelled all public events through the end of October. So, it is with great disappointment that we announce the cancellation of the 6th annual Manufacturing Education 5K event. We thoughtfully considered a virtual event; however, it quickly became clear that given the costs involved with such an event, it was best to distribute all donations to our beneficiaries.

We are extremely grateful to all who have supported this event over the past 6 years, cumulatively netting $137,207.76 in scholarships to worthy manufacturing students. This includes degree seeking students and accredited technical school students.

We wish to thank all the 2020 generous donors, which resulted in a total of $13,207.76 for this year’s event. Funds will be dispersed by year end, distributed evenly between SME, BAMA, AmSkills and Nuts Bolts & Thingamajigs. Your company name and logo will remain on the event website and promoted in event social media.

In looking ahead, please mark your calendars for Sunday, October 24, 2021 at Waterfront Park, located at 110 Veterans Memorial Lane in Safety Harbor, Florida for the 7th annual Manufacturing Education 5K!

5th ANNUAL MANUFACTURING 5K RUN OR WALK FOR EDUCATION

Net proceeds of $31,140.00 have been distributed to deserving engineering and manufacturing students through Upper Tampa Bay Education Foundation, BAMA, SME, AmSkills, and Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs. This brings our cumulative 5-year total to $124,205.50 as together, we expand students’ options for successful tomorrows!

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MANUFACTURING DAY

As part of Manufacturing Day 2019, MasterCut was one of many companies across the nation opening its doors for student tours.

AMERICAN MANUFACTURING SKILLS INITIATIVE

Michael Shaluly brings together members of the community for the American Manufacturing Skills Initiative, an apprenticeship program patterned after the successful German system that has been in use for decades there. He has also been an AMskills Advisory Council Member.

Thank you for showing your support for Manufacturing Education. By investing in education today, you are expanding students’ options for successful tomorrows! Recipients of this year’s race proceeds include: BAMA, SME, Upper Tampa Bay Education Foundation, AmSkills and Nuts, Bolts & Thinagmajigs.