Southwest California Manufacturing Council receives special proclamation from city of Temecula

Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards presents a special proclamation, Oct. 10, to members of the chamber of commerce’s Southwest California Manufacturing Council for their high school internship program and for providing collaboration in the local manufacturing community. Courtesy photo

TEMECULA – The Temecula Chamber of Commerce’s Southwest California Manufacturing Council was recognized Oct. 10 by the city of Temecula with a special proclamation. The proclamation was presented by Temecula City Mayor Maryann Edwards, acknowledging their high school internship program and for providing a forum in which the local manufacturing community can collaborate. The businesses that participated in the internship program and organized field trips are Abbott, Optiforms, Millipore Sigma, Paulson Manufacturing, FFF Enterprises, Pacific Barcode, Infineon Technologies and Tension Envelope.

The SCMC’s vision is to be the forum for advancing manufacturing success in the region. Members work together in a collaborative environment to promote, facilitate, enable and advocate for advancing a “best-in-class” manufacturing sector. The council includes representation from a diverse and expansive group of the area’s manufacturing division. The Temecula City Council officially proclaimed Oct. 6, 2017, to be “National Manufacturing Day.”

For more information about the Southwest California Manufacturing Council, visit www.temecula.org or contact Alice Sullivan, president and CEO, at (951) 676-5090. Participation in the SCMC is strictly limited to representatives from regional and local manufacturers.

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