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Keep up to date on the latest news and events that help support American Industry and American Jobs. Find updates and information to share with your friends and show them the real value in choosing American Made Products.

American Made Barbeque Equipment

July 17, 2017

Did you celebrate Independence Day with foreign made grilling equipment? There’s no excuse for that! You need some good American Made Barbecue Equipment so your burgers will taste like freedom! Be proud of your barbecuing and take an interest in the well-being of your country. Buy only American Made Products whenever you can help it. […]

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Comparison of American Made Dog Treats

May 12, 2017

Here’s a quick rundown of the best rated American Made Dog Treats. There are plenty of good reasons to want the treats for your dog to be made here in the USA. In this case, supporting the economy is the least of our concern. There have been some scary incidents in the past where dogs […]

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Leave Reviews for America

October 11, 2016

First off, let me say that I’m not encouraging you to leave companies bad reviews online if they don’t use and sell American Made Products. Our power as reviewers should not be overlooked, though. Online reputation is increasingly important to businesses, as people search for options on their mobile browsers and compare stars. Because of […]

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Will Manufacturing in America Recover?

March 18, 2016

A question that has been on everyone’s mind is whether manufacturing in America can survive negative long-term trends. New discoveries in the field of computer technology as well as advances in robotics threaten to undermine our chances of a recovery. These concerns are valid, but overblown. America has the greatest software firms in the world. […]

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Kickstarter Questions

June 8, 2015

Kickstarter is a difficult conundrum. You can support the smallest, most homegrown American DIY operations directly on Kickstarter. For those who aren’t familiar, it’s a place where you can raise money to bring an idea to market. Typically by donating you are reserving yourself one of whatever it is they’re building, once it’s completed. People […]

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Talk to your Supplier about American Made Goods

July 11, 2014

It’s not enough to go into a store, look around for American made goods, not find any, and just give up. Yes, it’s true: some retailers aren’t doing their duty to America and carrying American Made Products. That doesn’t excuse us of our duty to do everything we can to Spend on America. So what […]

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The Ethics of Saving Money

July 4, 2013

A lot of people can’t be bothered buying American Made Products if they see a less expensive competing product. They reason that their first responsibility is to themselves: to save as much of their money as they can. But is this fair? Is it right? No. Ignore for a moment the fact that American Made […]

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American Resolutions

December 27, 2012

The new year is coming and many of us will be making solemn pledges to ourselves that our lives will change for the better. Should you join the gym and give up soda? Of course you should, but that might just be asking too much of yourself all at once. Here’s a pledge that will […]

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American Made Knives

June 18, 2012

A good American made knife makes a great gift that will be used and treasured. Whether you’re looking for a bowie knife, a skinning knife, or a multi-purpose blade, Bear & Son Cutlery has you covered. These knives are crafted in the USA out of high quality materials and are built to last. When Bear […]

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Made in America for the Kitchen

May 16, 2012

When you’re looking for butcher blocks that were made in America, you don’t have a whole lot of options. Naturally, though, the choices you have are of excellent quality. John Boos, based in Illinois, has been making butcher blocks and gourmet tables here in America since the 1800’s.  The craftsmanship is unparalleled and the tables […]

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