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FREE Movie Screening: American Made Movie

Date & Time
April 7, 2016 11:30 a. m.
Add to Calendar 2016-04-07 11:30:00 2016-04-07 11:30:00 America/New_York FREE Movie Screening: American Made Movie

Movie Screening:  American Made Movie

Date & Time:  Thursday, April 7, 2016

Event begins-with Pizza & Popcorn                            11:30 a.m.

Kick-Off with Clyde Strickland, Executive Producer   Noon

Movie Showing                                                           12:10 p.m. (duration 1 hour and 20 minutes)

Event closing                                                               1:30 p.m.

 

Location

Lawrenceville Campus, Busbee Center, Building 700, Cisco Auditorium.

This event is free and open to the public.

 

Information:

American manufacturing employment has been on the decline for decades, unleashing a devastating effect on our local and national economies. But it’s the stories of communities and the families that comprise them that reveal the harshest costs upon the nation.

As employers struggle to compete in the global economy, the debates regarding unemployment, debt ceilings and the trade deficit rages on in our nation’s capital. To many Americans, it feels like there is no one fighting for American jobs–especially the jobs in manufacturing. Fortunately, people are making a difference by doing their part in their local communities. These individual efforts combine to ultimately impact the national economy. It has been said that the greatest thing America makes is Americans. The ability of average Americans to adapt, innovate and thrive has created one of the greatest civilizations in human history. By illustrating the successes of companies that have prospered without adopting the practices of their competitors, American Made Movie shows the positive impact of domestic manufacturing jobs on national and local economies in the face of great challenges. Whether you are an entrepreneur, student, stay-at-home mom or a senior citizen, you have the power to transform America’s future and be a part of the solution through thinking before buying and through the simple choices you make every day.

Produced by Clyde Strickland, a Gwinnett county resident and philanthropist. For more information this movie, produced by Clyde Strickland, visit http://theamericanmademovie.com/ .

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Movie Screening:  American Made Movie

Date & Time:  Thursday, April 7, 2016

Event begins-with Pizza & Popcorn                            11:30 a.m.

Kick-Off with Clyde Strickland, Executive Producer   Noon

Movie Showing                                                           12:10 p.m. (duration 1 hour and 20 minutes)

Event closing                                                               1:30 p.m.

 

Location

Lawrenceville Campus, Busbee Center, Building 700, Cisco Auditorium.

This event is free and open to the public.

 

Information:

American manufacturing employment has been on the decline for decades, unleashing a devastating effect on our local and national economies. But it’s the stories of communities and the families that comprise them that reveal the harshest costs upon the nation.

As employers struggle to compete in the global economy, the debates regarding unemployment, debt ceilings and the trade deficit rages on in our nation’s capital. To many Americans, it feels like there is no one fighting for American jobs–especially the jobs in manufacturing. Fortunately, people are making a difference by doing their part in their local communities. These individual efforts combine to ultimately impact the national economy. It has been said that the greatest thing America makes is Americans. The ability of average Americans to adapt, innovate and thrive has created one of the greatest civilizations in human history. By illustrating the successes of companies that have prospered without adopting the practices of their competitors, American Made Movie shows the positive impact of domestic manufacturing jobs on national and local economies in the face of great challenges. Whether you are an entrepreneur, student, stay-at-home mom or a senior citizen, you have the power to transform America’s future and be a part of the solution through thinking before buying and through the simple choices you make every day.

Produced by Clyde Strickland, a Gwinnett county resident and philanthropist. For more information this movie, produced by Clyde Strickland, visit http://theamericanmademovie.com/ .