The new jobs report showed that 103,000 new jobs were added in the month of September. However the unemployment rate stayed the same at 9.1% With this being said, what are your thoughts regarding the economy in 2012?
“We the All American Clothing Company, in Order to create jobs for the American People, establish a good cause that ensures jobs are to be kept and created right here in America. We promote this movement to make a difference in this country with hopes that our countrymen will do the same.”
With this being said, we would like to announce that we are for a good cause. We are for you, the American people. We stand for America, period. It is not about favoring one way or another. Whether you are left or right, republican or democrat, for any other cause or against it, we support ALL AMERICANS and their jobs…. This is who we are, the All American Clothing Company.
The Buy American Project gives Americans another opportunity to support the American economy. It is a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports and approaches the US Government with a non-partisan attempt to influence the Senate and the House of Representatives towards increasing the jobs in this country. Headed by group of American Made company owners including our very own Lawson Nickol, the Corporation will create awareness in supporting US companies, jobs, products, and prosperity. In supporting American-owned companies that produce goods and services exclusively in the United States, the Buy American Project will keep and create jobs in our borders.
To become a member of the Buy American Project you can visit http://www.buyamericanproject.org/index.html and click on the link ‘Join Us.’ There will be awards for those of you who are willing to make a donation as well. Again, the primary goals of the BAP is to make sure our citizens to have jobs, improved economy, reduced trade deficits and upgrades in our US standard of living. Americans, you deserve it.
“I have been employed in the Lufa Garment Factory for two years. This is my first job ever. From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., six days a week, I produce jackets and pants. The volume is so high—50 to 60 pieces per hour—that is not possible to keep a smiley face. My monthly pay is 2,500 taka [about 34 U.S. dollars]. I hardly save any money. In the last year I got myself three dresses. Each one cost 1,000 taka. Those were my only treats.” -Shagorika, 18, Garment Worker, Bangladesh
When I read this message, I found it hard to believe that the factory she was referring to was a garment factory that is well known throughout the U.S. This has become a trend in the United States so companies can make an extra buck. To me, the idea of shipping jobs overseas and paying people like Shagorika 34 US dollars a month is flat out wrong (this is roughly 11 cents an hour). In addition to this, the working conditions of being in a factory for 12 hours a day cannot be the greatest. As Shagorika stated, “that is not possible to keep a smiley face.” For me, it is not possible to keep a smiley face because this is what companies are doing today. The consequence of this is that they are costing Americans their jobs. This is proven with the the jobless rate which stands at almost 9.1% (12.5 million), its highest rate since the great depression (over 15 million).
In order to solve this trending problem, All American Clothing Co. is passionate about change with the goal in creating more US jobs. We are working extremely hard in raising awareness as to why it is important to buy American Made clothing and other products. To us, it is not about making the money. If it was, we would have moved overseas a long time ago. It is about a bigger, greater cause. It`s about YOU. It is our goal to create as many US jobs for you, the American people. We can achieve this in offering you a product that allows you to make a difference in the economy with one purchase. We encourage you to be a part in making a difference when you buy product from us, or any other American Made company. With that being said, when you buy American Made goods, you are creating American jobs! Are you contributing?
With Breast Cancer Awareness Around the Corner, we would like to offer our upmost sincerity and support for familys who are fighting the battle against cancer. In honor and awareness of their battles, we have recently launched new breast cancer awareness products. 20% of proceeds from our new line of cancer awareness products will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for cancer research.
It is our greatest goal to make a difference in this country in as many ways as we can. We are passionate in making a difference by offering a product that will help create change in the US job economy. In addition to this, our products will now be giving customers an opportunity to make a difference in cancer research as well. We would like to invite you to join us in making a difference for those in need of care and assistance in the battle against cancer. It is our goal to reach out and help raise awareness as much as possible throughout the US.
“Houston,Tranquility, Base Here, The Eagle has landed” were the words of Neil Armstrong onJuly 20, 1969 when Apollo 11 landed him and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr. on earth`s moon. The United States mission is considered to be one of the most influential moments in American history. Apollo 11 was launched from the Kennedy SpaceCenter in Merritt Island, Florida on July 16th and was the 5th manned mission and 3rd lunar mission of NASA`s Apollo program. The crew was made up of Neil Armstrong as Commander, Edwin Aldrin as Lunar Module Pilot, and Michael Collins as Command Module Pilot. Armstrong, along with Aldrin landed in the Sea of Tranquility and became the first humans to walk on the Moon on July 21, 1969. With the words, “That`s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong stepped his first steps on the moon alongside Aldrin, sealing a major accomplishment for the United States.
The life lesson that we would like to share with you in relating to the idea of sending someone to the moon is that anything is possible. As a lesson to all, the United States and NASA had proven that the impossible is possible in sending someone to the moon. So in looking back at a monumental part of American History, the lesson is as follows…
You can do anything as long as you put your
mind to it, along with your heart and soul.
AND IF YOU FAIL?
TRY, TRY, AGAIN!!!
Did you guys know that fortune cookies were made in the USA? It`s true! In 1918, David Jung, a California resident was worried about the poor whom were wondering around the streets of his restaurant. Thus, he decided to create a cookie with an inspirational Bible scripture written on a small piece of paper inside of it. He would then give them out for free on the streets to help those people in need of food and inspiration.
In looking back upon Mr. Jung`s actions, what he did was both inspirational and for the good of others. We here at The All American Clothing Company can relate to the inspirational story about Mr. Jung. Like Mr. Jung, we have an American Made product that helps those in need. Like Mr. Jung, who was worried about the poor not having food, The All American Clothing Company is worried about the job deficit in the U.S. We intend on doing something about it! We can help people in need by giving our customers an opportunity to buy a product that will both create and keep jobs in the U.S!
We would like to offer our upmost support and respect in saying THANK YOU to all servicemen and women in our country. On the brink of 9/11 and the 10th anniversary of that fatal day, we here at All American Clothing Co. cannot help but to look back upon that day. In looking back, we remember those Firefighters, Police & Law Enforcement, and EMS personnel who risked their lives on that fatal day in order to save another. We would not be able to enjoy the freedoms we have if it wasn’t for you. To those servicemen who have served in their lifetimes and to those who continue to offer their serviceto American citizens 10 years later, we say THANK YOU!
To the military forces who are risking their lives overseas so Americans can enjoy their everyday freedoms, we say THANK YOU. Your activity is the ultimate sacrifice that which words cannot explain. We do realize that freedom doesn’t come free and that it takes hard work. YOU are the ones who are putting in the hard work. THANK YOU again. It is in times of tragedy that we truly find out what good people that we have in this country. In trying to find a positive outlook on that fatal day, we are absolutely positive that our servicemen in this country are true heroes. THANK YOU.