MINI of Louisville | Louisville Cars

Manufacturing under one roof Our skilled manufacturing team have a wide range of abilities between them We are continuing to invest in our infrastructure and have recently built an extension

Earlier I stumbled upon an awesome post posted earlier today, by admin, and entitled MINI of Louisville | Louisville Cars that I would strongly suggest all of you read. Here’s a few excerpts in the hope of whetting your appetites!

MINI OF LOUISVILLE 4170 Shelbyville Road Louisville KY 40207 Phone: (502) 893-7770 Service: (502) 893-7770 HERE’S THE SCOOP! MINI of Louisville is considered one of the premier dealerships in the nation. Our goal is to deliver a Sales and Service experience that is as unique and enjoyable as a MINI itself. Our Service and Parts departments are among the most comprehensive in the automotive industry. A team of highly skilled, factory trained technicians are always ready to keep your MINI running at peak performance. Our unwavering commitment to the complete satisfaction of our clients is the driving force behind our dealership. Please call us at 502-893-7770 or email us if there is something we can do to enhance your MINI experience. HOURS & DIRECTIONS MINI of Louisville 4170 Shelbyville Road Louisville, KY 40207 (502) 893-7770 Sales Sun Closed Mon-Thu 8:30 AM-8:00 PM Fri 9:00 AM-6:00 PM Sat 9:00 AM-5:00 PM Service Sun, Sat Closed Mon-Fri 7:30 AM-5:30 PM Parts Sun, Sat Closed Mon-Fri 7:30 AM-5:30 PM Mini Cooper Louisville Facebook Page .

Reading this article got me thinking so I searched for more articles on the subject and discovered some more interestingposts. i.e. Not Anti Manufacturing by Lou Glazer, posted last week, over on Michigan Future Inc.:

us Facebook What we get criticized for the most is being anti manufacturing. Specifically anti high paid factory work. The jobs that built middle class Michigan. Nothing could be further from the truth. Believe me if there were a way to recreate a factory based economy we would be in favor of it.

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We understand that lots of folks are getting hurt – through no fault of their own – by the decline in manufacturing. The point we are trying to make is that this is not about right and wrong, it is about what is possible. Half of Americans used to earn a living on farms.Today it is less than 2%.

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No matter what governments do, the proportion of Americans working in factories is in irreversible decline. In large part because machines are now doing the work factory workers used to. We are not pro knowledge-based industries or anti factory-based industries. We don’t think government should pick any industry for special treatment. What we are in favor of is a Michigan state government helping people get ready for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Including preparing people for the higher skilled factory jobs of the future. It is something state government can do.

Yet another fantastic article came from admin on Free Programming Ebooks posted earlier today, entitled Blog Archive » Lego Hero Factory: Rise … which is also definitely worth a look.

Years ago, when he was still just a Rookie, he was on a dangerous mission. Their leader was wounded and it was up to Stormer and his fellow Rookie, Von Ness, to save the city. But Von Ness deserted him, and Stormer was forced to go into battle alone. He succeeded that day, just like he has on every mission since then, but he still carries around the feeling that something is left unfinished.

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