One man, One Dream, One Nation: Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr:

Every January, on the third Monday, we honor one of our nation`s greatest leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On this day, we celebrate his dream of equal rights for all persons in our nation. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a motivational leader who lobbied for needed change. Today, Dr. King`s dream of equal rights for all persons in America, and the world holds true. Today, we honor one man, with one dream, who changed one nation, and even the world. Today, we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In remembering Dr. King`s dream, we would like to encourage all persons to carry out his notion that all persons should be measured not by the color of our skin, but by the content of their character.  We would also like to encourage you to practice daily rituals that support equality for all persons. This can be as simple as practicing the “golden rule” in treating people the way you would like to be treated. These practices will continue to strengthen an America that Dr. King had dreamed about. An America where the promises of equality and fairness are available to all!


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The Gift Of An All American Christmas:

Happy December 7th! There are only 18 more days until Christmas!

“The average American will spend $700 on holiday gifts and goodies this year, totaling more than $465 billion, the National Retail Federation estimates. If that money was spent entirely on US made products it would create 4.6 million jobs. But it doesn’t even have to be that big.  If each of us spent just $64 on American made goods during our holiday shopping, the result would be 200,000 new jobs.” — ABC News

Give someone special the gift of comfort, quality, USA made clothing from All American Clothing Co. We have many items available from tee shirts to blue jeans. You can also warm up someone this Christmas season with our new All American Logo Hoodies and Long Sleeve Tees. Among these gift ideas, All American Clothing Co. has many other items available that will put a smile on your gift recipient`s face!

All American Clothing Co. not only offers you the opportunity to put a smile on someone’s face, but also gives them a great feeling about wearing USA Made clothing! When you choose All American Clothing Co, you support a “USA made” passion that creates and supports more jobs in the United States! So, Christmas shoppers, help raise awareness this Christmas season and let someone feel good about supporting Made in USA each and every time they put on their Made in USA gift.

In the midst of the Holiday Spirit, All American Clothing Co. is giving away free gifts weekly to members who subscribe to our newsletter. To enter our newsletter, go to our front page at and enter your email address in the ‘Join Our Newsletter’ box.

All American Clothing Co. is a small business success story in today`s economy. The entire group of employees support a genuine passion for creating USA jobs, American made quality, and a World Class service record. To find out more about the passion All American Clothing Co. carries, follow the company on Facebook at, on Twitter at!/AllAmericanJean, or go to

Merry Christmas!!!


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A Special Thanksgiving “Thank You” to Our Loyal Customers:

Happy Turkey Day! In celebrating Thanksgiving Day we would like to give thanks to you, our customers. Loyal customers like you, who share our passion in supporting the USA, make it possible to provide jobs to many hard-working Americans.  We realize that YOU are the reason we are able to put a turkey on the table during this wonderful holiday as we come together with our family and friends.

Thank You!

All American Clothing Co.

(PS: Don’t forget to checkout our 12 Days of Christmas Sale going on NOW!)

All American Clothing Awarded Honorary Flag:

All American Clothing Co. was recently awarded this honorary flag from the 76th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron from Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. The flag was awarded to All American Clothing  in support of “Operation Enduring Freedom.” It was flown in a HC-130P “King” aircraft during a rescue mission that saved 2 lives and 3 assisted recoveries.

The statement on the document picture reads, “The resolve of our great nation is being tested. But make no mistake, we will show the world that we will pass the test.”

This statement rings true as our nation is constantly being tested in various ways. We have always shown the world that we are capable of passing the test. This is something to always think about whenever we are experiencing some turmoil. We have always passed the test, and will continue to do so no matter if the test is a war on terror, or a faultering economy. We will prevail.

Thank you to those members in the 76th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron:

Maj. Matthew Barnes

MSgt Lee Piekker

MSgt Al Cunningham

Maj. Octavio “Bud” Echevarria

Capt. Celia Jarratt

SSgt. Jason Shreeram

A1C Timothy Fitzpatrick

Thank you for your service to our great nation.

It truly is an honor.

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Thank You, Veterans:

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.”-Elmer Davis

This quote by Elmer Davis says it all. We are the land of the free because of the sacrifices that brave men and women have made for our country. It is because of brave men and women that we Americans can enjoy the freedoms that we have today. We would not even have a nation if it weren’t for men and women who were brave enough to sacrifice their lives. So, in honoring ALL the men and women who have served, we say THANK YOU.

Before Congress changed its name in1954, Veterans Day was known as Armistice Day. Armistice Day marked the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I. The armistice was signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany. It took effect at “the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” in 1918. Since 1954, Armistice Day has since been changed to Veteran`s Day in which all veterans are to be honored for their services and sacrifices. The holiday is celebrated among families and friends as schools, banks, and many businesses close in order to commemorate our Veterans. The businesses that remain open often offer a special sale and free items for the Veterans as a token of appreciation.

If you are wondering how to show and offer tribute to a veteran, here are a number of ways you can do so:

  1. Observe a moment of silence at 11:00 A.M. for those veterans who have fought and died while in service.
  2. Display and fly an American Flag. The flag could be flown in your front yard, and you can also wear a shirt that displays the American Flag.
  3. Say “Thank You” to a Veteran you may know. This could be a family member, friend, or even a Veteran you don’t even know that you may bump into.
  4. Visit the family of a veteran who is serving overseas. This again could be a friend`s family that you may know and would be a great appreciation to both the serviceman and his or her family.
  5. Attend a Veterans Day parade. Veterans and current servicemen march or ride in parades celebrating Veterans Day.

These are just a few ways you can offer tribute and thanks for the men and women who have sacrificed their lives so people like us can enjoy the freedoms that we have today. I hope that all of you decide to “thank” a veteran in some shape or form.

Oh, I almost forgot. You could also thank a veteran with a new pair of All American jeans Made  in USA if you like!!!

Again, to the Veterans who sacrificed their lives, Thank You.


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Support American Jobs this Holiday Season:

Wish America a very merry Christmas this Holiday Season in buying American Made goods! Christmas is getting closer as Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping is weeks away. Shoppers are already starting to search through stores for the perfect gifts. Last year Americans spent $460.20 Billion dollars during the Holiday season, with 15 billion spent on Black Friday alone. That is A LOT of money! If all of $460.20 Billion dollars was spent on American goods, that would benefit our economy immensely, but we all know that it impossible to spend every dollar on American Made goods. So I will be more realistic. Even if a fourth of that amount spent on American Made goods would raise at least $100 billion dollars in American money. This would only mean that each American would only have to spend 25% of their total Christmas spending on American Made goods. Of course, we encourage you to buy more than 25% of all your gifts as USA
Made. Please consider this. The money you spend on American Made Christmas gifts is both a gift for others AND your country. This way of shopping can result in smiles on others` faces as they open a new gift AND smiles on your fellow Americans` faces when they have a new job! So America, I encourage you to make a difference and support American Jobs this Holiday Season!


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Red, White, and Boo! Its Halloween Season!

Halloween: Monday Oct. 31, 2011
Halloween dates back thousands of years ago with Celtic rituals. Since then, the images of ghosts and witches have remained a dark theme. Many rituals have been performed over the years leading up to the rituals we have today of dressing up and trick or treating. The holiday today has a theme where children wear costumes with a lighter theme which puts a smile on your face when they arrive at your door with the words, “Trick or treat!”

In light of the upcoming holiday, here`s a few surprising facts that you may or may not have known:

41 million—
The estimated number of potential trick-or-treaters in 2010. This includes children from ages 5 to 14 across the United States.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census.

116.7 million— Number of occupied housing units across the nation in 2010 — all potential stops for trick-or-treaters.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census,

92%—Percentage of households with residents who consider their neighborhood safe. In addition, 78 percent said there was no place within a mile of their homes where they would be afraid to walk alone at night.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Extended Measures of Well-Being: Living Conditions in the United States, 2005, Table 4.

1.1 billion pounds—Pumpkin production by major pumpkin-producing states in 2010. Illinois produced an estimated 427 million pounds of the vined orange gourd. California, New York and Ohio were also major pumpkin-producing states, each with an estimate of more than 100 million pounds.
Source: USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service

Oh, and one more thing! Do enjoy your holiday with as much USA Made Halloween treats and costumes as possible! Candies such as carmel apple pops and candy corn are Made in USA. Even one small purchase of USA Made socks or a T-shirt for underneath a costume will certainly make a difference in creating jobs! Thanks for checking in and Happy Halloween!


Supporting our Future Generations:

We would like to encourage everyone to be a part in helping out our future generations in purchasing  U.S. Made goods. The goal is for us to create as many American jobs as possible for our future generations. As it stands, jobs are still hard to come by which will leave it difficult for future generations to find work. To get a better understanding about the unemployment crisis, we are going to take a look at recent college graduates as they seem to be our next generation. Currently, the unemployment rate for college graduates who are of ages 20-24 is at 14.5% This is significantly higher than the national rate at 9.1% My first thought when I heard this was shouldn’t the unemployment rate for college graduates be lower than that of the national rate? I mean, Kids are being told to go to college in order to attain an education that will better prepare them for a job. Yet, a college education is not enough for them to find work. To me, there are a few factors that may make this number higher. The first is the quality of job that a college graduate may be looking for may be more difficult to attain. It`s easier for a someone to get a job at a fast food restaurant than it is for a recent grad who is trying to start a career. The second is that the number of quality jobs that a college graduate is seeking is in lower quantities than the jobs that are available at places like factories and fast food restaurants. This leaves a more competitive job search for college grads, leaving a select few with jobs and many without.

With this being said, there are hardships for our future as we know it. But, we can do something about it! We can create more jobs for our future generations just in buying American Made products! We hope that next time you go shopping that you look at the label to see if it is made in America before you purchase the product. We hope that next time you are shopping online, you decide to search Made In America products instead of following trends. You will find an astonishing amount of Made in USA companies including us, All American Clothing Co. With this, you will support others in this country with a future job opportunity. If every American purchased one USA garment per year, the impact would be $9 billion. This would create an amazing amount of jobs! It all adds up people! Start Now! Support our future generations!


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