Manufacturing Days

Members of the  Florida Manufacturing & Supply Chain Advocacy Council participate in the Florida Manufacturing Days in Tallahassee and Hill Day in Washington, D.C. every year. The purpose of these events is for manufacturers to meet with their legislators to discuss and advocate for manufacturing related issues. These events are great opportunities to network with legislators, colleagues and peers, and to learn more about the legislative process.
Advocacy Council Representatives in the Florida State House Gallery during Florida Manufacturing Days in November 2021.

The Florida Manufacturing & Supply Chain Advocacy Council celebrated the 2023 Florida Manufacturing Days on January 24 and 25 in our state capitol with a delegation of nearly 50 manufacturing stakeholders. During the two days, attendees met with over 60 legislators.

Florida is home to over 24,000 manufacturers, who employ 423,000 workers. Every $1 in manufactured goods produces $2.68 across all other sectors.

Thank you to our sponsors Clifton Larson Allen, Florida Economic Development Council, and Southern Manufacturing Technologies! And thank you to all who participated!

Join us in 2024!