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July 4th – 4 Ways To Support Made in America And Create Jobs

1. Check the tag or label.

This is simple. When shopping for that cookout, check the tag on the item you are about to purchase to see if it`s made in USA. If you are comparing between two or more items, knowing you will create jobs by selecting one product over another will make your decision easier.

2. Attain food from the farmer`s market.

Some of us have large families! If that’s the case, you can save money, buy local, and feed an entire family a meal or two through supporting local farmers markets. The American farmer is one of the most dedicated and hardworking people in our country. The saying “If you had a good meal today, thank a farmer” holds a lot of truth to it. We also have a lot of farmers to thank for growing the cotton used in our USA Made tees! You can thank a farmer over July 4th weekend by visiting the farmer`s market!

3. Raise Awareness with a friend.

July 4th is often a great time to catch up with friends and family. This makes an ideal time to raise awareness on that 'Not Made In China tee shirt' you proudly wear! You do not even have to say anything to them. Just raise awareness in setting an example through your actions. Show everyone how it`s done!

4. Search for Made in USA sales online throughout the weekend.

Like us, there are many distributors of Made in USA merchandise who can be found online. All will have sales deals that you cannot pass up! Search for them on google! Ask Siri! They can help you. Join us at All American Clothing Co. for a great deal on made in USA jeans and tees to get started.


As a closing remark, we encourage and CHALLENGE you to take these 4 steps towards making a difference. Following these steps can go a long way in creating new jobs. We also CHALLENGE you to support at least one made in USA product over the weekend. You can make a difference! If each American spent just $64 on USA made products, it will generate over 200,000 new jobs.

Start today!

All American Clothing Co.

Memorial Day 1

“Stop”

Stop the cookout, party, and shopping spree

To remember those who were brave enough to keep America free.

Stop to remember the ones who took the battlefield with pride.

And never forget the reasons for which they have died.

Reasons of patriotism, sacrifice, and love for country that ring so true.

Stop and be thankful they gave up their lives for you.

Memorial Day 2015

All American Clothing Co.

 

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How To Wash Your Jeans

A pair of All American Jeans will last you a very long time but if you want yours to last longer, remain shrinkage free, and even keep other clothes from being damaged in the wash, please stick to the following...

-Read the care label inside your All American jean.
-Empty the pockets.
-Turn your jeans inside out.
-Set the washing cycle to delicate.
-Only load All American Jeans with other jeans in the washer. Make sure the load setting is on heavy.
-As our tag reads, ‘machine wash warm with like colors.’ You can also wash with cold water. Do not use hot water.
-If you like softer USA made jeans, add fabric softener during the rinse cycle.
-Remove your jeans right after the washing cycle is complete.
-Turn the jeans right side out and proceed to dry them.
-You can dry your jeans in a number of ways:
-Hang them on a clothes line or rack to air dry. If you are indoors, lay some towels down to catch the dripping water.
-You can put your All American jeans in the dryer. Be sure to turn the dryer on the lowest temperature setting. NOTE: Jeans that are air dried are less likely to shrink and fade than jeans in a dryer.
-After drying, hang your jeans instead of folding to avoid wrinkles and creases.

WARNING:

Hot water and jeans do not mix.
Hot dryers and jeans do not mix.
Other USA made clothing items and jeans do not mix. They turn blue.
Light blue jeans and dark blue jeans do not mix.
Never try to shrink your jeans on your own. They will shrink unevenly. Contact us and we will have the sizing altered.
Black jeans shrink more than blue jeans. Keep warm temperatures and time cycles lower than usual when washing and drying.

If you have any questions about washing and drying your All American Jeans, please feel free to contact our customer service department by phone or email.

All American Clothing Co.

 
Who`s ready to create new jobs this year?

An All American New Year`s Resolution

Our New Year`s Resolution pertains to the same passion and hard work that motivated Lawson Nickol to start All American Clothing Co. in 2002. A decade later, we still have the same motivation to bring ‘American Made’ back from its roots. We have been on a mission to create American jobs for our current and future generations.  So far, we have been successful. We will continue to strive for success carrying the same motivation, hard work, and passion that this company was built upon. We are looking forward in what the future holds, especially in this upcoming year. We have many plans in store for you and cannot wait to release the many new ways and opportunities for you to help us create new jobs.  With that being said, let`s make this year another one to remember!

Thank you for an All American year!

All American Clothing Co.

 

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John Ratzenberger's American Made

John Ratzenberger’s American Made

All American Clothing Co. is the proud maker of 'John Ratzenberger`s American Made' tee shirts!

Everyone who bought one will be receiving them soon and you can still pick them up by purchasing at the link below.

Hi everyone, John Ratzenberger here. You may remember me as Cliff the mailman on Cheers or the voice of some of your favorite Pixar characters such as Hammy the Pig and Mack the Truck.

But, what you may not know is that my father really was a (Mack) truck driver and my mother worked in a factory in Bridgeport, Connecticut where I grew up. I think its these roots that make me so excited about my new TV series John Ratzenberger’s American Made....

John loves this country and is proud to showcase American companies like ours. You’ll see the story behind our company including how we build the products we all know and love. The series will also feature other great American companies and inspiring “Made in the USA” stories.

We already know the All American Clothing Co is a great place to work. Now the rest of America will too!

Get Cool Memorabilia, American-Made Products, and More!

Visit www.fundanything.com/americanmade, where John is promoting the show. You’ll find some limited-edition TV show memorabilia and even the chance to participate in some great all-American events hosted by John himself (including, believe it or not, an invitation to attend John's daughter's wedding!).

 
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The 1968 Mustang GT

Meet Ray and his 1968 Mustang GT! All American Clothing Co. was proud to spend the afternoon with Ray learning about this beautiful car and his thoughts on 'American Made.' Please enjoy the short video and pictures as we explore his 'American Ride.'

Some Quick Facts:

- Ray is the one and only owner of the vehicle. He purchased it brand new in 1968.
- The Mustang has 87,753 miles on it.
- Engine Code J: 302 cubic inch V-8 engine @ 230hp
- It has been clocked at 140 mph

 
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A Review by Grant Cardone

GRANT CARDONE is an International Sales Expert and author providing Motivation & Sales Training Programs to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, success minded individuals and entrepreneurs. Cardone is an internationally recognized motivational speaker and is a New York Times best selling author. He is regularly seen on Fox Business, NBC, MSNBC, and Business Insider. Cardone is the executive producer and star of "Turnaround King", a TV program created around his motivating solution oriented business coaching. http://www.grantcardone.com/