The Manufacturers’ Summit 2015

set for February 19, 2015
at the Riverside Convention Center.

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Keynote Speaker: Ed Tackett, Director of the National Science Foundation Center for Rapid Technologies – presenting on Additive Manufacturing (3-D Printing).

Breakout Sessions

Luncheon Speaker: Back by Popular Demand – Charles E. “Gus” Whalen, Jr., Chairman of The Warren Featherbone Company, Gainesville, Georgia

Manufacturers’ Innovation Awards
Made in the Inland Empire Manufacturers’ Displays

Sponsorships for supporters, booths and tables are available now. Booths are limited so reserve early.
For more sponsorship information, call (909)798-5737.

Individual tickets go on sale December 1st.

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Reserve early! There were 525 attendees at the 2014 Summit at the Ontario Convention Center. We plan to sell out.

Thank you to our 2014 sponsors and volunteers who helped to make this year a success.

Thank you to the following 2014 Sponsorship Partners who understand the value of manufacturing to the Inland Empire. For additional sponsors, click here:

Platinum Level Sponsors ($10,000)


Gold Level Sponsors ($5,000)

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