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Community Events

As manufacturing technology advances, finding talent to sustain these improvements becomes more challenging. To address this need, we invite you to join us for the 8th annual 5K for Manufacturing Education on Saturday, October 21st, 2023 at Marina Park, 110 Veterans Memorial Lane in Safety Harbor, Florida.

This year’s Halloween themed event “Ghouls for Tools” encourages entrants in costume and promises to be a lot of fun! Also returning is the exciting Kids’ Dash with themed activities planned! 

We will also be presenting a total of 6 trophies for the top 3 Men and the top 3 Women.

Adult Costume contest
1st prize    $100
2nd prize   $50
3rd  prize   $25
Our past 7 events have yielded over $167,000 for manufacturing career seekers!

Contact us today to discuss your sponsorship at marketing@mastercuttool.com. Your tax-deductible check can be made payable to The Shaluly Foundation, LLC and mailed to MasterCut Tool at 965 Harbor Lake Drive in Safety Harbor, FL 34695. Please reply by September 1st to ensure your name and company information is included in all promotional materials.

Join us in making this a record-setting year!

Register today to run, walk or volunteer at www.mastercuttool.com/race.

Promote your organization with a table at our event Expo!
Add your promo items to our goodie bags!

Thank you in advance for your support of students’ options in the important field of manufacturing!

Please visit Safety Harbor Parking for Parking Information

2023 Race Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors
Gold Sponsors
Silver Sponsors
Bronze Sponsors

HVS Vending

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Mastercut was honored to receive the 2021 BAMA Manufacturer Member of the Year award.

2016 Manufacturing Day

Mastercut was awarded with a certificate of appreciation for contributing to the 2016 Manufacturing Day!

Michael Shaluly being interviewed by Traci McMillan from the Business Observer!
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Mastercut being recognized by the Board of County Commissioners
On August 9th, at the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioner’s meeting, Michael Shaluly, President of Mastercut Tool, was recognized for his contributions to the Pinellas economy and leadership in the business community with the “Thank you for Doing Business in Pinellas,” award presented by Commission Chairman Charlie Justice.
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Mastercut Tool Corp.’s 30th anniversary celebration was held on October 23rd in Safety Harbor, Fl. Over 160 were in attendance, including employees, sales representatives, vendors and community officials.

On November 20, 2015 Mastercut Tool Corp. was the stage for a Florida Department of Economic Opportunity press conference. Executive Director, Mr. Jesse Panuccio reported Florida’s 5.1% unemployment, the lowest in 7 years.

Finalist for Manufacturer of the Year with MAF, the Manufacturers Association of Florida.

Winner of the 2015 Upper Tampa Bay Manufacturer of the Year Award!

March 30th, 2015 in New Port Richey, Florida at AMskills event. (American Manufacturing Skills Initiative). Mastercut is an AMskills Advisory Council Member. Shown here, Mastercut President Michael Shaluly at a town hall meeting, bringing together students, parents, manufacturers, as well as teachers and city and county officials. AMskills is an apprenticeship program patterned after the successful German system in use for decades there.


National Manufacturing Day Student Tours 2014

Sincere appreciation to our Mastercut volunteers who helped set-up Harbor Sounds, 2014!

Exciting news: MasterCut Tool named – Safety Harbor Industrial Business of the Year 2014!

Mastercut Tool Corp. Sponsors the Upper Tampa Bay Manufacturers Association

Look for us in the Safety Harbor Visitor Guide and Business Directory!

Supporting Our Youth!
Mastercut president, Michael Shaluly, stands second from left at the grand opening of the Chi-Chi Rodriguez youth center. This foundation assists at-risk youth with education and coaching. Chi Chi himself grew up poor in Puerto Rico, making golf clubs out of guava tree branches. He honed his golf game traveling with the Army to become a well-known figure on the PGA Tour. This foundation strives to keep that door of opportunity open for our youth!