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The Road Less Traveled

Meet Wayde “THE POOR MAN” Fishman. We met Wayde less than a year ago while vacationing in Hawaii. He is one of the most unique, exciting, and interesting men we have shared an adventure with.

Here`s Why:

This shaved headed, goatee wearing, tattoo covered, former MMA practioner from Boston moved to Hawaii 18 years ago to make his dreams come true and show others how to vacation or move to Hawaii on a poor man's budget. Today, he runs the adventurous Wayde's World Hawaii Tours.

Coming from a small suburb outside of Boston, Wayde has learned that the places you discover, the people you help along the way, and the experiences you live through on your life journey matters more than how much money you make or how many things you have.

Wayde left the hard edge lifestyle of Boston behind and changed to one of Aloha in Hawaii. He bases his life now on a spiritual journey, sharing the Spirit of Aloha with everyone he meets. He is passionate about making sure everyone and anyone should be able to enjoy Hawaii to the fullest, regardless of what budget they have.

He has recruited some of the best hiking guides and now is the best travel agency manager in the business to provide visitors with the most private, personal, and custom tours Hawaii has to offer. Wayde's guides all have their own lives and jobs, but like any super-hero movie, Wayde can assemble them together at any time using their special talents to help him give you one unforgettable experience of the island. Wayde's crew not only trail blaze Oahu, but seek adventure on other islands, discovering new places and learning new things about themselves as they challenge each other to go above and beyond their personal limits.

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The All American Clothing Co. would like to thank Wayde "The Poor Man" Fishman for allowing us to share his story. We`d also like to thank Wayde for supporting USA jobs by wearing some American made clothing items as he takes a walk on the wild side. The next time you visit the island of Oahu, be sure to give Wayde a call to schedule a tour! They are unforgettable.

It is a privilege to meet people like Wayde who care so much for their environment, the people around them, and their country. We hope to give back in the same sense as Wayde does by helping others through many efforts.

We appreciate the support we receive from people like Wayde all around the world. You keep us going! If we wanted to make more money, we`d move production overseas. We will not trade USA jobs for foreign profits. Together with your support, we can continue to grow and create jobs. Remember, if each American spent just $66 on American made goods, it would generate over 200,000 new jobs (source: ABC World News).

Thank you.

All American Clothing Co.

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Thank you for experiencing All American Life!

Anywhere in America:

If you could go anywhere in the U.S., where would you go? What would you do? Who would you share it with?

The question gets asked a lot, but we always answer the destination without any reason. Places such as Hawaii, Washington D.C. or New York are always fan favorites. But, the surrounding questions to me are more interesting. In this blog post I will share with you my answer to the questions of where I would go, what I would do, and who I would share it with. Please read and share your ‘Anywhere in America’ in the comment section below.

My ‘Anywhere in America’ is Alaska. I have never been before, but I would go in a heartbeat. I would travel to Alaska with my fiancé and maybe another couple with whom we are great friends or family.

By day, I would enjoy hiking, boating, or take a plane tour to see the many breathtaking national forests Alaska has to offer. There is such a great combination of landscapes in Alaska that include the ocean, lakes, rivers, mountains, glaciers, and wilderness to observe. I would love to see them all and experience some wildlife while I`m at it. Fishing in the early morning would be a great experience. It would also be great to see some bears or a huge moose!

In the early evening, a fresh Alaskan dinner with salmon and crab legs would be my food of choice. Of course I would enjoy a few tall, cool, ice waters as well.

Afterwards, a cozy campfire in a cabin under the northern lights would be ideal for the majority of the nights during our stay.

P.S. I will definitely be wearing some USA Made clothing from All American Clothing Co. during my trip so I can have some photos to feature on my next blog about Alaska (which will be after i go there!).

I am so ready to go to my ‘Anywhere in America!’

Are you?

Logan

All American Clothing Co.

5 Ways To Celebrate Independence Day:

Have a patriotic cookout with family and friends

There is no better way to celebrate July 4th than with family and friends. Fire up the grill, make some ice cold drinks, decorate the picnic table with red, white, blue, and let the good times roll with those you love the most. A tradition Made in USA for All Americans!

Picnic with your significant other followed with a romantic scene of fireworks.

Pack a nice meal, get in the car, and head to a firework showing. Make sure you get there early enough to have a picnic dinner together before the show. After words, you can sit back, relax and enjoy a night to remember with your closest friend and loved one.

Water Destination

With the hot weather it is always fun to head to the lake, a pool, water park, or pond to enjoy the water in the heat of the afternoon. Always a fun thing to do anytime in the summer. Even better followed with a night of fireworks afterwards.

Attend a parade

Get in the spirit of Independence Day by attending a parade. Enjoy seeing the many patriotic characters such as Uncle Sam as the floats cruise by and enjoy a day out in your hometown supporting small business shops and diners. Make sure you look for tags that say ‘Made in USA‘ if you are out shopping!

Stop to remember what all this fun is for!

On July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence was signed by our founding fathers to show that we were a separate country from Great Britain. Please remember to stop and share this during the party, picnic, and the fireworks. If it was not for our founding fathers signing this all important document, we would not be able to enjoy this day!

I hope you will enjoy and decide to incorporate at least one of these ideas during our countries` birthday!

Have an All American’ 4th of July!

Logan

All American Clothing Co.