Senate holding Green Jobs Summit

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Advantage PressurePro announced Monday, June 15, that it has been chosen by the U.S. Senate to be a representative of the nation’s leading advancers of green economy at the Senate’s Green Jobs Leadership Summit. PressurePro, nominated by Sen. Clarie McCaskill (D-Mo.), says its was designated because of its leadership in green technology development and innovation.

“We remain very proud of the fact that we are not only leaders in our marketplace, but that we are leaders in our marketplace while remaining an American-made product,” says Phillip Zaroor, president and chief executive officer of PressurePro, based in Harrisonville, Mo. “Unlike any other manufacturer in our market, all of PressurePro’s development design and manufacturing is done right here in the U.S.A., helping us maintain a stringent eye on our product’s quality control while also sustaining and supporting an American work force.”

The summit — set to take place Wednesday, June 17, at the Russell Senate Office Building — highlight one company from each U.S. state and will include company presentations, feature panel discussions and a keynote address from Vice President Joe Biden.

“Our product provides so many dramatic benefits for customers, including reduced carbon emissions, lowered fuel use, decreased tire wear, added safety and more, it seems that sometimes the fact that we are a truly all-American company gets overshadowed,” says Vanessa Zaroor, PressurePro’s director of marketing. “The Senate’s Green Jobs Leadership Summit gives us a great platform to remind the industry that while PressurePro is ecstatic to remain the standard for innovation and performance in tire pressure monitoring, we are just as thrilled to help support and grow jobs for fellow Americans – especially in our current economy.”