February 2019 Print

Featured Event

"Geeking Out" at the Blue Collar BASH

The Geek Army set the stage for an incredible 13th Annual Blue Collar BASH!  The January 26th event was sold out with over 420 people in attendance.  The BASH is held each year to celebrate individuals working in the precision manufacturing industry with live music, fantastic raffle prizes, and - new this year - a photo booth and BASHanatomy! 


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NTMA Benefit

NTMA National Associate Members

A listing of all NTMA National Associate Members by the type of service they provide is available for download in the link below. We hope this is helpful to you so you may take advantage of these services.  This new listing is also available in the 2019 Membership Directory, which each NTMA Member Company should be receiving soon. 

Download NAM Listing

For questions or additional information regarding National Associate Members please contact James Mayer, Business Development Manager, at [email protected]

Membership Referral Incentive

We want to grow our membership and need your help!  Bring any potential new manufacturing member to an event OR schedule a meeting to talk about joining and receive $50.00*.  Receive an additional $100.00 if they join!  

* Manufacturing prospect must be pre-registered and attend the event.  Excludes Blue Collar BASH and Golf Outing events.

Please notify Tami Adams <[email protected]> or 814-720-0094 when you reach out to a prospective manufacturing member so you get credit for your involvement!

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In The News


Ripley Machine Receives Top Shop Award  [link to article]


The Meadville Tribune's HOMETOWN HEROES

There are heroes of the make-believe super variety and real-life heroes with name recognition, and then there are the heroes that go about their business quietly possibly never getting recognized. They might not be saving the world, but through one act at a time they are making their communities better in their own corners of the world.

It is these Hometown Heroes that Palmiero Toyota is hoping to shine the spotlight on a bit each week in The Meadville Tribune. The hope is the community will nominate local heroes, the kind of people who whether they are doing big things or small things are making a positive difference.

To nominate a Hometown Hero, send a brief couple sentences why that person is deserving to [email protected] with “Hometown Hero” in the subject line.

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