Who are the Dayton business leaders who met with Donald Trump today?

Steve Staub, co-owner of Staub Manufacturing Solutions, talks about GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's visit Wednesday to Staub's business. Video produced by Barrie Barber.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump met with 17 local business owners and executives at Staub Manufacturing Solutions in Dayton on Wednesday. Here’s who was there.

Steve Staub, president, Staub Manufacturing Solutions

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Sandy Kepliner, vice president, Staub Manufacturing Solutions

Bruce Benedict, president/owner, Production Tube Cutting

John Bertsch, president, Detailed Machining Inc.

Jim Bowman, chief operating officer, Rack Enterprises

Al Choiniere, owner, Superion Inc.

Dave Dysinger, owner, Dysinger, Inc.

Angelia Erbaugh, president, Dayton Region Manufacturers Association

Mike Gearhardt, owner, JBK Manufacturing

Tom Hoge, owner, Production Control Units Inc.

Rick Little, president, Starwin Industries

Jamie McGregor, owner, McGregor Metalworking Companies

Angela Phillips, president/owner, Middletown Tube Works Inc.

Robert Scott, vice president, BJG Electronics

Ken Seilkop, owner, Hamilton Precision LLC

Ben Staub Jr., president & founder, Bastech

Jim Zahora, president Noble Tool Corp.