As part of the White House Made in America product expo in late July, President Trump hosted manufacturers from all 50 states.
Representing Iowa and with ties to Tama County and Dysart was Blake Waldrop. Waldrop is a former Dysart police officer who now heads RMA Armament based in Centerville.
Waldrop served on the Dysart Police force about one year beginning in July, 2012.
“I’m so excited to see the president recognizing one of our home grown entrepreneurs, Blake Waldrop,” Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds commented. “Blake’s commitment to our country and state is rightly being held up as an example for us all. I want to congratulate and applaud him for sharing his time and talent in Iowa.” Read more