“Dream !t Do !t” tour gives close-up look at factoriesBy Marvin Windows
Marvin Windows and Doors welcomes the public for Minnesota Statewide Tour of Manufacturing.
WARROAD, Minn., Oct. 18, 2012 – Manufacturing is the backbone of Minnesota’s economy. Manufacturing jobs are in high demand in Minnesota, and manufacturers want to show the public what the buzz is all about.
During the week-long “Dream !t Do !t” Statewide Tour of Manufacturing, Minnesotans across the state can learn what their local businesses do, experience the high level of technology in manufacturing today and be exposed to the exciting career opportunities in manufacturing.
Minnesota manufacturing companies are inviting the general public to tour their facilities during the week of Oct. 21. The public is invited to attend as many manufacturing tours as they wish in their area — or farther afield. For more information, visit tourofmanufacturingmn.com.
Marvin Windows and Doors will be hosting tours at 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (Oct. 23, 24, 25) at its main facility on Highway 11 West in Warroad.Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built around you® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution. A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners.
Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today. Learn more at www.marvin.com
Take advantage of this opportunity to see world-class businesses in your own backyard!
Sponsors of the tour include the 360 Center of Excellence; the Arrowhead Manufacturers & Fabricators Association; the Central Minnesota Manufacturers Association; the Minnesota Precision Manufacturing Association; and the Tri-State Manufacturers’ Association.