Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush Makes a Stop at United Performance Metals
18 July 2012
Hamilton, Ohio –Wednesday, July 18 2012 – Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush spent time this morning with supporters of the Mitt Romney campaign during a stop at the Hamilton Ohio manufacturing facility United Performance Metals. The visit was considered a victory rally on Restoring American Manufacturing.
Governor Bush opened was introduced by United Performance Metals President Tom Kennard. Mr. Kennard expressed concern over the current governments understanding of American business and the entrepreneur. “We need leadership that is business friendly and understands the need to create a climate of certainty for business to succeed.”
Governor Bush spoke to the group of over 200 including Governor Mitt Romney campaign supporters with a positive message saluting the entrepreneurial spirit of our country. “We need to celebrate our successes.” The governor believes the next President should create the right business climate that will promote jobs for the middle class and sustain economic growth.
About United Performance Metals
United Performance Metals is a leading supplier of specialty stainless steel and high temperature alloys. In business since 1982, United Performance Metals has experience serving the needs of customers in diverse markets including aerospace, aircraft, automotive, medical, food service, house-wares, petro-chemical and many others.
United Performance Metals is a member of O’Neal Industries, the largest family-owned metals service center in the U.S. with sales of approximately $2.5 billion in 2011. O’Neal Industries is headquartered in Birmingham, AL and has more than 90 locations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit onealind.com.