“Made in the USA” means that “all or virtually all” the product was, indeed, made in America according to the Federal Trade Commission. The agency enforces the standard to ensure commercial compliance and confirm consumer confidence.
For a “Made in the USA” claim to be accurate, all significant parts, processing and labor that go into the product must be of U.S. origin. Products should not contain any — or only negligible — foreign content.
WE Americans are the only ones who can grow our economy.
Double the value of your dollar this Christmas and help grow the economy when you buy the “Made In The USA” label.
Companies that make American products:
Shoe companies of the United States
Clothing brands of the United States
AllAmericanClothing.com products made in the USA *My husband LOVES their durable jeans
AllUSAClothing.com American and Union Made Clothing.
AmericanMadeProducts.com products made, manufactured or assembled in America.
AmericansWorking.com directory of goods made in the United States.
C.L. Whiting Company unique leather goods
Filson Clothing products made in the USA
K’Nex Toys brand name of a construction toy systems ( LEGO, Fischertechnik, Meccano, Tinkertoys and Angry Bird Building Sets)
MadeinAmericaStuff.com products made in the U.S.A.
MadeInUSA.org product search engine and database for those looking for products made in the United States.
MadeInUSAForever.com products made in the United States.
MadeUSAFdn.org a not-for-profit organization that promotes products manufactured and assembled in America.
Munro American Shoes specializing in fit, offering 75 size and width combinations.
RoyalApparel.net clothing apparel Made in the USA
StillMadeInUSA.com directory of American-made products.
TheMadeInAmericaMovement.com connecting American manufacturers with consumers.
ToysMadeInAmerica.com toy manufacturers in the USA.
UnionMadeGoods.com Union made products
USAonly.US lists companies that make their products here in the United States.
In his State of the Union Address, President Obama talked about the importance of doing more to help American workers acquire the skills they need for the jobs of tomorrow.
President Obama’s efforts to support businesses: http://www.whitehouse.gov/economy/business/small-business
Reblogged from Pro President Obama Blog