Multi-platinum country music super-duo to take the stage, followed by special guests Cowboy Troy and Ted Nugent, for the largest-ever American made event
Big & Rich are kicking off the inaugural Made in America 2019 with a headlining the concert October 3rd in Indianapolis. The inaugural event will showcase the largest collection of products and machines made in the U.S.A. from October 3-6th at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
“I am elated that Big Kenny and John Rich are loyal supporters of our cause to raise awareness for American made products, which are the backbone of America’s economy. It’s simple; spending American dollars on American made products creates American jobs,” states President and CEO Don Buckner, Sr. “Like Big & Rich, who were game-changers for the country music industry, we believe this event will be a game-changer for our country.”
The Made in America Kickoff Party, sponsored in part by Redneck Riviera Whiskey and Dean Guitars, will take place on Thursday, October 3rd. The live performance by top-selling American billboard duo Big & Rich will be complemented by special guest appearances by Cowboy Troy and Ted Nugent.
“We are so proud to be entertaining the fine American business owners of our country,” comments John Rich. “We know how hard they work and are looking forward to bringing some rowdy, patriotic country music to the big stage! See you there!”
The concert is free for exhibitors & guests and can register online.
Made in America 2019 will be the rallying point of people, businesses and organizations from all areas of manufacturing to interact and share the latest innovations and advances in research, product innovation, and service delivery. The inaugural event will bring together the largest-ever network of industrial professionals, offering a slate of cutting-edge educational sessions, keynote addresses and panel discussions featuring specialists from key segments of the manufacturing community.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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