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Second ‘Made in Alabama’ Showcase features top homegrown products

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey recognized 14 companies and their exceptional homegrown products at the second “Made in Alabama” Showcase at the state Capitol today.

Governor Ivey invited the businesses to exhibit their products in the Old Supreme Court Library during a ceremony today. Eleven exhibitors showcased their products, shared their company history, and gave promotional items to the public.

“Our state is blessed to have numerous companies producing great Alabama-American made products every single day. During Manufacturing Month, I am proud to recognize 14 of the best our state has to offer,” Governor Ivey said.

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