This quarter, we were fortunate to have two important visitors to our facilities: U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (NV) and Connecticut State Senator Eric Berthel.
Click Bond maintains strong ties with federal and state legislators, providing them with guidance on policies and funding priorities that affect our company and U.S. manufacturing in general. This quarter, we were fortunate to have two important visitors to our facilities: U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (NV) and Connecticut State Senator Eric Berthel.
Sen. Rosen visited Click Bond’s headquarters on August 20 — her first visit to the factory. Rosen sits on three Senate committees that are important to our company: Armed Services; Commerce, Science, and Transportation; and Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
In addition, we showcased the investments the company has made in advanced manufacturing technology. Rosen worked as a computer scientist before entering politics, so she understands the contributions Click Bond makes to Nevada jobs, warfighters, taxpayers, and the flying public. As the F-35 faces headwinds in the media and in Congress, Rosen’s visit was well-timed.
On September 10, Watertown General Manager Laurie Shakley and her team welcomed State Senator Eric Berthel of Connecticut. Sen. Berthel has spent his career in the field of education. He shared his appreciation and enthusiasm for Click Bond’s commitment to workforce development, particularly our outstanding apprenticeship program. This was his first visit, and he now understands how our company provides high-quality jobs and helps launch young Connecticut residents into careers that sustain the economic well-being of his district.
Public service and engagement are in Click Bond’s DNA. Sens. Rosen’s and Berthel’s visits help ensure our voice is heard as government seeks inputs on policy and funding. Thanks to all Click Bonders who enthusiastically and genuinely interacted with these important guests.