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When: Tuesday, September 10, 2019
3:15 PM
Where: Mercury Marine (Plant 15)
W6250 W Pioneer Rd.
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin  54936
United States
Contact: Bill Oney
920-427-3451

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CCAI Wisconsin Chapter is pleased to coordinate with Mercury Marine in Fond Du Lac, WI for a tour on September 10th. Mercury Marine was founded in 1939 as Kiekhaefer Mercury and is a division of the Brunswick Corporation.

The company is known as a premier outboard manufacturer throughout the world and fortunately based in our own state. Mercury is known for investing in its employee's and its facilities. During the tour you will see state of the art finishing and assembly areas. Including E-coat, Powder coat and assembly lines and ending in their museum showcasing the products and history of Mercury Marine.

You will not want to miss this tour as it is one of the best in our state and region. We are limited to 50 attendees. Don't miss out of this tour - Register Now!

Date:  Tuesday, September 10

Time:  Tours starts at 3:15pm and every 15 minutes after with the last tour at 4:45pm.  Dinner to follow near by at the Rolling Meadow's Golf Course @ 6:00 PM.

Location:  Mercury Marine, W6250 W Pioneer Rd, Fond du Lac, WI 54936
We will meet at the Plant 15 entrance and registration will be at the staffing center located near the entrance. There will be some shift changing so parking will may be limited towards the back of the lot.

Cost:  $30 Members / $40 Non-Members

Registration:  Contact WISCCAI@Yahoo.com to register. You will be contacted for payment by one of the board members when you register. Competitors are kindly asked to refrain from attending this tour and no phone use or photo's will be allowed during the tours.

Registration is limited to 50 people and the cut-off date is September 6th.

Steel toes are recommended for the tour (no open toe shoes) along with safety glasses and jewelry will need to be removed.