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Photo Gallery: Sec Solis visits Princeton Tec Headquarters in Bordentown, NJ
(September 25, 2012)

Images include:

  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis tests out some of the products made at Princeton Tec with Marketing Director, George Chevalier, at the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • Three generations of American business pose for a photo with U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, From Left to Right: Princeton Tec Founder, Bill Stephens; Grandson, William Stephens; and current President, Hal Stephens.
  • Princeton Tec Vice President, David Cozzone, shows off some of his company's products to Secretary Solis, at the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis speaks with Princeton Tec employee, Sam Ho Bae, on the production floor of the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • Princeton Tec manufacturing engineer, Douglas Yuen, shows off some of the intricacies of the products made by his company for U.S Labor Secretary, Hilda Solis.
  • Secretary Solis listens as Princeton Tec employee, Pamela Robinson, fills her in on her day to day work at the company. Robinson has worked for Princeton Tec for three and a half years and resides in neighboring Willingboro, NJ."
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis has a conversation in Spanish with Princeton Tec employee, Rosa Marcaddo, at the the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis speaks with the press after the announcement of the Make it in America challenge -- $40 million in joint funding with the Department of Commerce to help spur insourcing.

Images include:

  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis tests out some of the products made at Princeton Tec with Marketing Director, George Chevalier, at the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • Three generations of American business pose for a photo with U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, From Left to Right: Princeton Tec Founder, Bill Stephens; Grandson, William Stephens; and current President, Hal Stephens.
  • Princeton Tec Vice President, David Cozzone, shows off some of his company's products to Secretary Solis, at the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis speaks with Princeton Tec employee, Sam Ho Bae, on the production floor of the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • Princeton Tec manufacturing engineer, Douglas Yuen, shows off some of the intricacies of the products made by his company for U.S Labor Secretary, Hilda Solis.
  • Secretary Solis listens as Princeton Tec employee, Pamela Robinson, fills her in on her day to day work at the company. Robinson has worked for Princeton Tec for three and a half years and resides in neighboring Willingboro, NJ."
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis has a conversation in Spanish with Princeton Tec employee, Rosa Marcaddo, at the the company's headquarters in Bordentown, NJ.
  • U.S Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis speaks with the press after the announcement of the Make it in America challenge -- $40 million in joint funding with the Department of Commerce to help spur insourcing.