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On April 14, the Men's Titanic Society met at the Women's Titanic Memorial in SW D.C. to toast those who gave their lives in the Titanic disaster in 1912. Tricom helped spread the word.


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Tricom helped the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) host a Keep it Made in America event with Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI) at the Pawtucket, RI Armory. Read all about it in the Providence Journal.


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Tricom helped the Alliance for American Manufacturing and EPI release a new study about job creation in the US. Check out this piece in the Wall Street Journal.


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The National Science Board released a new report showing a startling downward trend in the US's lead in science and technology. The Tricom staff helped get the message right.


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