GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) – The Greenville Drive announced Monday that they, along with BMW, Michelin North America, Inc., GE Vernova, Greenville Technical College, and Greenville County Schools will host Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering (AM&E) Night at Fluor Field on Tuesday, June 25.

The Greenville Drive said that “each year, AM&E Night welcomes, on a complimentary basis, thousands of K-12 students to the ballpark as the event is utilized to ‘ignite the passion’ for AM&E with young people and their families to ensure the region’s largest and most innovative employers have the workforce they need for future growth and success.”

According to the Greenville Drive, the event will include over 25 highly interactive exhibits on the stadium. These exhibits will be provided from leading AM&E companies and organizations throughout the region showcasing a variety of content include machine learning and technology, automation, mechatronics, 3D printing & scanning, computer manufacturing, engineer design, and more.

The Greenville Drive said this year’s confirmed exhibitors will include:

Returning: BMW, Michelin, Greenville Technical College, GE Vernova, Greenville County Schools, Milliken, Bosch, Bosch Rexroth, Duke Energy, Dodge IndustrialNew for 2024: Arthrex, Ryobi, and Wauseon Machine.

All K-12 students can attend AM&E on a fully complimentary basis. Adult tickets will cost $9 a person.

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