August 17th, Proclaimed Industrial Design Day in Massachusetts
Secretary Bialecki presents the Industrial Design Day Proclamation to the organizers of the Industrial Design Society of America's conference organizing team. Massachusetts is the perfect backdrop for the 2012 Industrial Design Conference; bringing hundreds of designer from around the world to discuss the future of design.
The following is the full text of a proclamation by Governor Deval L. Patrick
Whereas Massachusetts, home to one of the largest and most diverse clusters of design companies and talent in the country; and
Whereas According to a 2009 report from the U.S. National Design Policy Summit, design industries throughout the country generate nearly $250 billion in estimated revenue and represent 15% of all professional, scientific, and technical services small business firms; and
Whereas Throughout the Bay State, designers contribute enormous value: increasing competitiveness, usability, innovation, and changing the way we all see the world; and
Whereas On this day we celebrate the Industrial Design community and connect the past, present and future in a way that creates a better understanding and realization of design’s power to impact business success,
Now, Therefore, I, Deval L. Patrick, Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do hereby proclaim August 17 to be,
Industrial Design Day
And urge all the citizens of the Commonwealth to take cognizance of this event and participate fittingly in its observance.
Given at the Executive Chamber in Boston, this the ninth day of August, in the year two thousand twelve, and of the Independence of the United States of America, the two hundred and thirty-sixth. By His Excellency DevaL L. Patrick, Governor of the Commonwealth
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