21 May 2013

Choose American

The job you save could be your own . . .


Arlee Bird said...

I love this movement and I'm behind it 100%--in spirit that is. Unfortunately there are a lot of things that are hard to find that have been made in the U.S.A.

I found this video particularly interesting in that the company where I was working before they shut down my California warehouse in 2009 used to distribute many hats from the Bollman Hat Company. We stocked so much product from China that it was always a welcome sight for me to see a shipment from Bollman get delivered to our docks.

Good video with an important message.

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Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Hello Lee. Yes, I am also a big supporter, though not a purist. That's practically impossible these days - for a variety of reasons. My grandfather would NEVER purchase a tool unless it was American made. An Army trained machinist, he had several reasons for that. But he did appreciate British and German made items.

When I was first married, I worked in a textile mill that went out of business due to Chinese imports.