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DARKE COUNTY — Area high school sophomores donned safety glasses and hearing protection Friday as they participated in the third National Manufacturing Day in Darke County.

From the October 10, 2016 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin, Staff Reporter

DARKE COUNTY — Area high school sophomores donned safety glasses and hearing protection Friday as they participated in the third National Manufacturing Day in Darke County.

Greenville Technology Incorporated (GTI), which makes plastic injection molding parts for Honda, was one of a number of Darke County manufacturing businesses hosting students.

Others participating on Friday included Whirlpool, Midmark, FRAM, JAFE Decorating, Ramco Electric Motors, and Fort Recovery Industries.

As the name implies, National Manufacturing Day is a nationwide event, drawing the participation of companies from all over the country. The event’s website (www.mfgday.com) explains the purpose of the day, typically held the first Friday in October.

“Manufacturing Day addresses common misperceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is — and what it isn’t. By working together during and after Manufacturing Day, manufacturers will begin to address the skilled labor shortage they face, connect with future generations, take charge of the public image of manufacturing, and ensure the ongoing prosperity of the whole industry.” it says.

GTI Human Resources Administrator Casey Frazee said the company has participated in National Manufacturing Day for three years running.

“This is just to let students know what their options are locally. We want to make sure that they understand that it’s not just manufacturing that we have available, that there’s a lot of opportunities here,” she said......

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