Gov. Nathan Deal commends work of Gwinnett-based leader of Georgia Manufacturing Alliance
Gwinnett Daily Post
by Curt Yeomans
The Lawrenceville-based founder of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance was recognized earlier this month with a commendation from Gov. Nathan Deal for a commitment to the state’s manufacturing industry.
Jason Moss received a formal copy of the governor’s commendation from Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity Director Melvin Everson during a recent ceremony at the 1818 Club in the Gwinnett Chamber headquarters in Duluth.
“I met Mr. Moss in 2007, and he shared his vision for creating the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance,” Everson said in a statement. “Manufacturing is the backbone of our economy, and GMA has had a tremendous impact on the manufacturing industry in our state.”
The governor highlighted several programs the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance has undertaken in the commendation. Those programs include the Georgia Manufacturing Summit, the Georgia Manufacturing Awards, the Georgia Manufacturing Director, the Georgia Manufacturing Hall of Fame and the Georgia Manufacturing Calendar.