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2017 GOLDEN EAGLE DINNER Registration
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2017 GOLDEN EAGLE DINNER
Date/Time
Last Day To Register
9/25/2017
Location
1000 Cameron Way
Neenah, WI 54956, US
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2017 GOLDEN EAGLE DINNER

MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2017

5:30 PM Reception | 6:30 PM Dinner

Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center

1000 Cameron Way
Neenah, WI 54956

The Golden Eagle Dinner is bringing together the Fox Valley’s top corporate and community leaders to honor an outstanding member of our community, Mike Molnar. You are invited to come to meet and hear Mike speak on his view on our current manufacturing workforce outlook locally and nationally. And, learn how members of the Fox Valley are working to positively impact the growth of the manufacturing workforce.

The Boy Scouts of America is the Nation’s leading outdoor education and character development program. The Exploring program is an affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America that provides character and career education programs through sponsoring organizations and businesses.

HONOREE - Michael F. Molnar
United States Department of Commerce
Director - National Institute of Standards and Technology

EVENT CHAIRMAN- Thomas J. Riordan
Neenah Enterprises, INC.
President & CEO

Mike Molnar is the founding director of the Office of Advanced Manufacturing (OAM) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). In this capacity he is responsible for NIST extramural advanced manufacturing programs and liaison to industry and academia. Mike is also the founding director of the Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office (AMNPO), an interagency team with core staff hosted at NIST. This interagency team works to coordinate federal activities in advanced manufacturing, and is the Congressionally designated National Program Office for Manufacturing USA – the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation.

Mike joined NIST in 2011. Prior to federal service Mike had a 30-year industry career in advanced manufacturing, with leadership roles in manufacturing technology development, corporate manufacturing engineering, capital planning, metrology, quality systems, automation, computer integrated manufacturing, and industrial controls for manufacturing competitiveness.

Mike was a member of Troop 129 in Appleton, Wisconsin. He earned his Eagle Award in May of 1979. Mike is still very active in Scouting. He is currently a Scoutmaster and participates in the program with his two sons.

Tom Riordan was appointed as Neenah Enterprise’s President and Chief Executive Officer on February 1, 2011. Prior to joining Neenah, he was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Terex Corporation, a NYSE-Listed global construction equipment manufacturer, since January 2007. Prior to joining Terex, Mr. Riordan spent 11 years with SPX Corporation, a multi-national capital goods manufacturer, in a number of business leadership roles, including Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. He has over 30 years of experience in various industrial markets. Mr. Riordan has an engineering degree from Northwestern University and a master’s in management from the Krannert School at Purdue University.
 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

As a Platinum Sponsor, your company would be asked to provide $5,000 in financial support.

  Your company’s investment in the Boy Scouts Workforce Development Initiative would result in the following measurable return:

  • Support of 35 young people for a year in a high tech manufacturing Career Exploring Program
  • Private VIP reception at 5:00 PM before the event and VIP seating for 16 at the dinner
  • Company recognition at event


As a Gold Sponsor, your company would be asked to provide $2,500 in financial support.

  Your company’s investment in the Boy Scouts Workforce Development Initiative would result in the following measurable return:

  • Support of 12 young people for a year in a high tech manufacturing Career Exploring Program
  • Private VIP reception at 5:00 PM before the event and VIP seating for 8 at the dinner
  • Company recognition at event


As a Silver Sponsor, your company would be asked to provide $1,000 in financial support.

Your company’s investment in the Boy Scouts Workforce Development Initiative would result in the following measurable return:

  • Support of 8 young people for a year in a high tech manufacturing Career Exploring Program
  • VIP seating for 4 at the dinner
  • Company recognition at event


As a Bronze Sponsor, your company would be asked to provide $500 in financial support.

Your company’s investment in the Boy Scouts Workforce Development Initiative would result in the following measurable return:

  • Support of 4 young people for a year in a high tech manufacturing Career Exploring Program
  • VIP seating for 2 at the dinner
  • Company recognition at event
     

If you are unable to attend this event and would like to make a contribution, please register as an Individual Event Sponsor. Your support is greatly appreciated.

 

For full details of sponshorship levels, please download the full Corporate Sponsorship Packet and Donation Form.
 

An investment in their future is an investment in yours.

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