WASHINGTON — Hoosier Racing Tire Corp. is among 50 companies invited to the White House this week to represent their states at the Trump Administration's fourth annual Made in America Showcase.
Lakeville, Ind.-based Hoosier, a subsidiary since 2016 of Germany's Continental A.G., is representing Indiana.
Each year since taking office, President Donald Trump has invited hundreds of business owners and workers from every state to display their American-made products at the White House's annual Made in America Showcase.
Mr. Trump remains "steadfastly committed" to implementing policies that put American workers first and allow businesses across the U.S. to thrive, the White House said.
Hoosier Tire has, as yet, not commented publicly on being asked to participate.