The local debut and screening of the American Made Movie, a new documentary, will take place at the Proctors GE Theatre in Schenectady tonight, Tuesday, January 21 at 6:30 p.m. A panel discussion that features The Business Council’s Vice President of Government Affairs Ken Pokalsky will take place after the movie. Pokalsky will discuss manufacturing and jobs from a statewide perspective and discuss the Made in New York program.
Other panelists include U.S. Congressman Paul Tonko; Vice President for State Governmental Affairs Brian Lombardozzi with the Alliance for American Manufacturing; President Dr. Quintin Bullock of Schenectady County Community College; Senior Advisor, Marketing and Government Affairs Traute (Trudy) Lehner with SuperPower Inc.; and President Alessandro Gerbini of Gatherer’s Granola.
Tickets to the American Made Movie event are $5.00, available online at www.proctors.org and at the Proctors box office. Proceeds from the event will benefit a one-time scholarship for a YouthBuild participant who will be pursuing a Manufacturing Technology program at Schenectady County Community College.
Arrive early for a Networking hour from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm where a dozen local manufacturers, sponsors and/or stakeholders will have table displays and information in the atrium of the GE Theatre.
For more information visit www.proctors.org.