Jacob Bromwell's president Sean Bandawat is on the far right, three seats away from President Trump. Last week Jacob Bromwell had the honor of being one of 20 companies to represent American manufacturing at a roundtable discussion at the White House during President Trump's Made in America Week. The meeting took place in the East Room and was attended by our president, Sean Bandawat, along with President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Department of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, Director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro, and other members of the White House staff. The meeting, as well as the entire week at the White House, was to highlight the importance of making products in the USA and helping to preserve jobs on our shores. Sean brought along a few of Jacob Bromwell's products and discussed the importance of keeping manufacturing jobs in America. Says Sean of the experience, "This administration is committed to keeping hard working Americans employed. We've sent out jobs and our wealth to other countries for far too long. It was an amazing experience to have a variety of American companies spanning different industries come together for a discussion with the President and other top officials."
Mr. Bromwell himself traveled to many places in the U.S., but we're pretty sure the White House was not among his destinations! It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.