Congratulations to Melanie Murray and the team at Bullet and Barrel Indoor Range and Training Facility, which will officially open to the public next week. Bullet and Barrel trains people to properly use firearms, and all instructors are NRA, law enforcement, and/or military certified. The facility is a testament to our state's rich history of second amendment rights and is one of the nicest of its kind that I have toured. #Our67
Today state and local leaders gathered to commemorate Boeing's 28,000 square foot Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) Missile Seeker facility expansion, which will add approximately 70 full-time engineering and advanced manufacturing jobs to our area.
Boeing has been a part of Huntsville since 1962, and we thank Boeing for their continued presence and innovation in Huntsville and the entire State of Alabama. The PAC-3 announcement translates into local jobs and highlights Alabama’s important role in the aerospace industry as well as national security.
Tonight one of my star interns from Troy University, Trey Gothard, as well as the entire Delta Sigma Pi (honors business fraternity) hosted a state economic development dinner at B. Graves in historic downtown Troy. Ted Clem from the Alabama Department of Commerce led the discussion, and our group of various economic developers and professors from Troy, the Wiregrass, and central Alabama shared ideas about how to build our respective communities. A portion of ticket and silent auction proceeds benefited Pike Medical Foundation. Thank you to all hosts and participants for such a wonderful evening. #Our67
When I began my career, words from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. resonated with me, and still do every day, which answer the question – What is your life’s blueprint?
“And when you discover what you will be in your life, set out to do it as if God Almighty called you at this particular moment in history to do it. Don’t just set out to do a good job. Set out to do such a good job that the living, the dead or the unborn couldn’t do it any better.”
The future Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (Senate Bill 212) demonstrates Alabama’s commitment to workforce development. Economic development requires partnerships and a willingness to invest in our future. If we continue following these principles, we will continue to witness success stories in Alabama.
Article - Alabama Political Reporter - Read More Here: http://www.alreporter.com/2018/04/03/ivey-signs-education-budget-legislation-creating-alabama-school-of-cyber-technology-and-engineering/
It was a pleasure to attend the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce's Alabama Update Luncheon with Governor Kay Ivey today. Our governor highlighted the State of Alabama's commitment to economic and workforce development and signed Senate Bill 212 into law, which establishes the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering in Huntsville. A great day for Alabama!
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