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"Tell Your Okuma Story" program launches

Okuma America Corp., Charlotte, N.C., has launched its “Tell Your Okuma Story” campaign, designed to share success stories and best practices amongst users in the CNC machining industry. Okuma users are encouraged to write a brief synopsis or send in a candid video that relates their Okuma CNC machine experience, and how they have achieved greater efficiencies and productivity in their CNC machining processes. All entries will be featured on the Okuma website, and all entrants receive an Okuma t-shirt.

Stories relating to various categories of CNC machine tools are accepted, including Okuma CNC lathes, CNC controls, vertical and horizontal machining centers, 5-axis machines, milling machines and CNC grinders. Select entries will be chosen to star in Okuma’s Go Beyond video series, which is professionally produced and gains a widespread audience, providing exposure for featured companies. The first-round entry deadline is May 30, 2013.

“Machine shops are very busy, and they’re interested in the latest technology that can make them more efficient and productive,” said Julie Murphy, marketing manager for Okuma America. “The ‘Tell Us Your Okuma Story’ campaign is designed to share insights about CNC machining technology that enables individual shops to become more competitive and gain advantage in today’s fast-moving manufacturing sector.”

For more information visit, www.okuma.com/tellyourstory.

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