A White House event held Monday highlighting American manufacturing included a display by Ditch Witch.
The Charles Machine Works Co. based in Perry represented Oklahoma in the “Made in America” showcase. It had its JT20 horizontal directional drill on display on the White House lawn.
“We are honored to represent the state of Oklahoma,” said Dennis Wierzbicki, President of Ditch Witch. “Handcrafted in Perry, Oklahoma, Ditch Witch products are an important part of the history of American industry.”
Ditch Witch had been contacted by the White House to take part in the event which will continue through Wednesday.
“This week the Trump administration will honor the amazing American workers and companies who have products that are made in America,” said Helen Ferre, White House director of media affairs.