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    Default Tours of Miller

    My job is going to be sending me to waupaca wi, it's about 45 miles from Appleton.

    Does anyone know if Miller offers tours?
    I couldn't find anything on their website or the web anywhere.

    thanks,
    Aaron

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    Don't know for sure but i would email the admin of this forum...Bob
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    Default Tours

    Quote Originally Posted by Amc724 View Post
    My job is going to be sending me to waupaca wi, it's about 45 miles from Appleton.

    Does anyone know if Miller offers tours?
    I couldn't find anything on their website or the web anywhere.

    thanks,
    Aaron
    Yes they do................ My son and I took at tour about two years ago(maybe three) AWESOME well worth your time to see how your machines are made and tested.

    Great people.

    If ya get a chance to meet John from the engine dept. top knotch people.

    If ya can spend a good part of a day there checking out most of there places all over Appleton.

    Have fun.

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    That sounds like a lot of fun. I would love to see the production lines at miller.

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