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INDUSTRY NEWS


Michigan Senator Visits Eagle Alloy In July, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabe-


now (D-Michigan) visited Eagle Alloy Inc. (Muskegon, Michigan). Te visit was part of a tour touting the im- portance of numerous growing small businesses in areas across the state. Jeff Cook, vice president—sales and


marketing, Eagle Alloy, appreciated the visit. “It was a pleasure hosting Senator


Stabenow to hear about her efforts to grow small businesses in Michigan, to thank her for her efforts on our behalf in the past and to communicate to her the never-ending regulatory challenges we continue to face as metalcasters.” Cook said in a news release. “We look forward to working with her to continue removing roadblocks that put Michigan companies at a disadvantage on the global stage.” According to local reports, Staben-


ow spoke with co-owners John Work- man and Mark Fazakerley, and came


U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan) visited Eagle Alloy Inc. and toured the facility.


away impressed with Eagle Alloy. “Skilled workers are incredibly


important,” Stabenow said, accord- ing to MLive.com. “Skilled welders or electricians or machinists who are


involved in the very foundations of making things. These are actually exciting jobs and we need to expose young people to the opportunities in these fields.”


10 | MODERN CASTING September 2016


Photo courtesy of Eagle Alloy Inc.


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