JOHNSON CITY, Tenn., Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NN, Inc. (Nasdaq: NNBR) announced today that it will host an Investor & Analyst Day in New York City on Thursday, January 30, 2014, beginning at 8:30 a.m. ET. The event, which will be webcast live beginning at 9:30 am, will include presentations by Richard Holder, President and Chief Executive Officer and James Dorton, Sr. Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Also attending from senior management will be Frank Gentry III, Sr. Vice President and GM – Metal Bearing Components, James Widders, Vice President and GM – Precision Metal Components and Will Kelly, Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. Presentation by company executives will begin at approximately 9:30 am ET and will last until approximately 12:00 pm ET.
The simultaneous live broadcast of the event will be available over the Internet and can be accessed by any interested party at http://www.wsw.com/webcast/cc/nnbr. The webcast will be listen-only and will be accessible and archived for replay at http://www.nnbr.com.
NN, Inc. manufactures and supplies high precision metal bearing components, industrial plastic and rubber products and precision metal components to a variety of markets on a global basis. Headquartered in Johnson City, Tennessee, NN has 10 manufacturing plants in the United States, Western Europe, Eastern Europe and China. NN, Inc. had sales of US $370 million in 2012.
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