The Voice for Industry
|December 1, 2008|
The Manufacturing Industrial Council of Seattle was created 10 years ago as a group of about one dozen companies that met monthly to advise city government on issues impacting the industrial job base. Since then, the "MIC" has grown to become a full time program that provides a variety of support services to industrial firms while conducting an ongoing communication program about the enduring economic and social value of industry in the Pacific Northwest.
Frank Blethen, publisher of the Seattle Times, Greg Nickels, Mayor of Seattle, and Jill Wakefield, Chancellor of the Seattle Community College District, will be special guests at a banquet Wednesday, December 3, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the MIC and its sister group, the Duwamish Transportation Management Association. To RSVP for the banquet, contact Pam Romine today at 206-762-2470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIC and TMA members have donated thousands of hours of volunteer time over the past 10 years to meet a wide range of needs in Seattle's industrial business community.
These are among their collective accomplishments over the past 10 years.
To learn more about the MIC, the TMA and member benefits, visit the website, www.seattleindustry.org.
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