October 1, 2021.
Manufacturing is one of Missouri’s top industries, providing jobs to tens of thousands of people throughout the state. Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) is your chance to join manufacturers across the country and tell everyone you’re proud of the contribution you make to people, their families and communities.
You can show your support by:
- Posting banners.
- Signing proclamations.
- Holding events.
- Creating short videos to highlight your people, your facility and the exciting world of manufacturing.
MFG Day is designed to introduce and expose the next generation of workers to the great careers and rewarding work in manufacturing, and it’s become a national tradition that is celebrated on the first Friday of October every year. Missouri Enterprise is excited to be partnering with the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and local business organizations around the state to help manufacturers showcase this important industry and how we make it in Missouri.
Want to Host A MFG Day Event?
- Here is a link to the Manufacturing Institute's event TOOLKIT, filled with helpful information you need to host a successful MFG Day event. (mock tours, press releases, agendas and MORE).
- Register your event on the national Manufacturing Day website. Your company name and event will appear on their website.
- Get In On It! Request a free MFG Day banner (while supplies last) or order 2021 participant stickers to add to your existing banner. The deadline to submit is August 31, 2021.
- Tag us in your social media video postings (Twitter: @MOEnterprise, Facebook: MissouriEnterprise, Instagram: @MissouriEnterprise)
Get Involved with Manufacturing Day 2021!
Thank you to all the Missouri manufacturers, businesses, schools and organizations that requested a new banner and/or decal in support of MFG Day 2021! We've reached the limit for new requests but there are still many ways to get involved: Find An Event Near You or Host An Event and share your day on social media. Tag us @MissouriEnterprise and include #MFGDay21, #CreatorsWanted, or #MadeInMissouri and support the manufacturing community.