Upper Marlboro company hosts government official

June 22, 2017 by  

Recently, the 117,000-square-foot building of Thompson Creek Window Company located in Upper Marlboro was toured privately by United States Representative Anthony G. Brown, who also hosted a roundtable discussion with other manufacturers in the local area.

The talk that was held focused on manufacturers discussing both their challenges and successes in their businesses in today’s economy and the ways Brown could help them with specific initiatives. Brown also talked about the 21st Century Investment Act of 2017, which is a bill that will leverage existing tax credits to create good-paying jobs for Americans, increase productivity, and encourage innovation. He plans to introduce the bill in Congress during this session.

Other notable people have also visited Thompson Creek, including the then President Barack Obama in 2011 and Governor Larry Hogan of Maryland in 2011.

Thompson Creek is also known for its several efforts in reaching out to the community. Every October, the company holds its Going Pink for Breast Cancer Fundraiser, with the money collected going to the Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation. It is also a collection site for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program during the holiday season.

Events like this one, and other activities of the company, can benefit if newsletter printing companies are hired to create newsletters for distribution to residents and companies, letting them know about such events and contributions to the community.

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