One Month Challenge - Buy American Made Only
For the Next 30 Days
Everyone who saw the ABC World News reports on outsourcing jobs with Diane Sawyer will recall that an American family agreed to remove all items from their home that were not made in America. The family was then left with a completely empty house; absolutely NOTHING was made in the U.S.A. View these reports, here:

The special report continued with the re-furnishing of the home with truckloads of American-made replacement items. The homeowners found that the quality was better and the prices were often the same or even less. The family that was featured did not realize that their home was filled with foreign-made products because they didn't pay attention to their point of origin. What happened to that family is duplicated in most households across the U.S.A. who are unknowingly supporting foreign workers, while Americans remain unemployed. The bottom line is if all of us spent more of our dollars on American made products, millions of dollars every day would benefit American workers and businesses and would create more jobs to meet the demand for American made products.

If you want America's workforce to grow, look at the label before you make your final purchase. If you look around, you are likely to find what you're looking for with a made in the U.S.A. label, and you'll be helping American workers remain employed and benefitting America's economy.

You make the decision on how and where to spend your money, and you are urged to spend your hard-earned dollars on American made FIRST!

Begin your American made challenge by purchasing only American made products for the next 30 days. Make sure you speak up where you shop, and remember, this challenge is for the benefit of America's workers and America's economy.

To help the cause, send this email to your family and friends and welcome them to be part of the made in America challenge.

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