Vice President Visits Fabick Facility on 'Made in America' Tour

Fabick CAT in Fenton was founded in 1917, and is celebrating its 100th birthday.

Wed February 22, 2017 - Midwest Edition
Kevin Killeen


Fabick CAT facility. Photo via Cat Fabick
Fabick CAT facility. Photo via Cat Fabick
Fabick CAT facility. Photo via Cat Fabick Fabick CAT facility. Photo via Cat Fabick (Photo by Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit with workers at a construction equipment company in Fenton Feb. 22, according to the Mayor of Fenton.

Mayor Mike Polizzi confirms Pence is scheduled to tour the Fabick CAT facility to tout the theme of “Made in America.”

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is expected to welcome the Vice President. Greiten's senior advisor, Austin Chambers, tweeted the Governor and VP will discuss “importance of job growth & cutting burdensome regulations.”

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Fabick CAT in Fenton was founded in 1917, and is celebrating its 100th birthday.




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