For member organizations and state partners of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Manufacturers United was built to serve as our industry’s action hub. From hosting joint events on a shop floor to connecting manufacturing employees and leaders to key decision makers, Manufacturers United aims to be the high-impact campaign that your company uses to empower employee action and strengthen the future of manufacturing in your community and across America.
Let’s Get to Work, Together
The NAM has a dedicated team of staff members who are ready to help your organization get involved or partner with Manufacturers United to advance our shared goals. Below you will find contact information for the NAM’s Field Advocacy directors, each of whom are experts in equipping manufacturers with the tools and resources to supercharge their advocacy.
We look forward to working with you and bringing Manufacturers United to your community.
Meet Our Field Advocacy Team
If you contact a member of our Field Advocacy team, be sure to include your full name, title, company name and location.
Other Resources for Manufacturers
The following resources can be found on the NAM’s parent website www.nam.org.
Join Our Advocacy Ambassador Program
The NAM is working with member organizations to take their advocacy to the next level and recognize the exceptional work manufacturers do to take action on behalf of the industry.
Building to Win: Infrastructure Toolkit
Your employees and your colleagues need to hear from you about why making historic investments in our infrastructure is important to your company. This toolkit built for manufacturers includes customizable resources and other educational resources to use when and how you would like.
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