Manzullo to hold supplier fair June 2, joins ‘America Speaking Out’ effort
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U.S. Rep. Don Manzullo (R-16) announced he is hosting a supplier fair Wednesday, June 2, to help northern Illinois employers expand their business and create jobs by doing business with The Boeing Company, one of the world’s largest aerospace companies.
The free supplier fair will be from 8 to 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 2, at the Chicago/Rockford International Airport Administration Building, 60 Airport Drive, Rockford. Employers interested in attending the supplier fair and learning how to get contracts with Boeing should RSVP to Bryan Davis at (815) 394-1231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manzullo joins ‘America Speaking Out’ effort
Manzullo joined his Republican colleagues in a new initiative to reach out to Americans for their ideas to help create a new way forward for our country.
“America Speaking Out” will seek the ideas and priorities of all Americans—regardless of party affiliation—about how to return America to prosperity as well as their thoughts on fiscal responsibility, American values, national security and other issues. The ideas will be used by House Republicans to develop a new agenda for America that will be launched this summer.
Northern Illinois residents can visit http://manzullo.house.gov/americaspeakingout to post their ideas or comment about other suggestions. In addition, Manzullo will be seeking suggestions and ideas from northern Illinois residents during America Speaking Out citizen meetings he plans to host in northern Illinois this summer.
“Americans are frustrated with these difficult times and feel a huge disconnect with a Congress they believe is doing nothing to solve our problems,” Manzullo said. “America Speaking Out gives Americans a forum and a voice to share their concerns and their ideas to help our great country return to prosperity. I encourage the folks in northern Illinois to visit my Web page and join the discussion to restore our economy and help put Americans back to work.”
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