A digital and print ad campaign by the nation’s largest manufacturing trade association is aimed at thanking President Donald Trump for his commitment to manufacturers “by addressing our nation’s regulatory burden head-on” during his first months in office.

“In his first 100 days, President Trump has kept his promise to manufacturers in the United States in historic ways,” said Jay Timmons, CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). “That is why 93 percent of manufacturers surveyed by the NAM are positive in their outlook on the economy—a 20-year record high. He has paved the way to reduce the job-crushing regulatory burden in America unlike any previous president. And his bold actions to promote investment and create jobs are lifting more Americans up and restoring confidence to those who have felt left behind.”

Timmons said there is still a lot of work to do in the realm of regulations.

“We look forward to continuing to partner with the Trump administration and Congress to achieve tax and regulatory reform, increase investment in our nation’s infrastructure and strengthen our workforce, so that every American has a chance to succeed.”

The six-figure ad campaign is running in print and online in major publications, such as The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The Philadelphia Inquirer, as well as on social media platforms.

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