The Importance Of American Manufacturing - Joe The Plumber

February 07, 2013 2 min read 2 Comments

Joe the Plumber

This Week On The Importance Of American Manufacturing:

Meet Samuel Wurzelbacher, also known as ‘Joe the Plumber.’ He is an Ohio native who is well known for the national attention he received during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election. More importantly Joe is a U.S. Air Force Veteran who passionately supports the health and well-being of his fellow Veterans as VP of the non-profit program entitled Alaska's Healing Hearts.

Q: Please tell us a little about yourself. 

A:I lead a very active life most of it Outdoors. Hunting, Fishing, Chopping Wood, playing or coaching sports. To feel good about myself, I have to accomplish something each day, from my wife's honey-do list, to helping small businesses be successful here in America. 

Q: Why is American manufacturing important to you?

A:I like seeing my neighbors happy and people around me succeed. For our country to remain strong, I believe American Manufacturing is key to our success.

Joe The Plumber


Q. Where did your passion for American manufacturing begin?

A:My Passion for American Manufacturing comes from being a die-hard patriot. I love buying "American Made" it makes me feel proud! I go out of my way, and sometimes go without to support American Made. American Manufacturing is what will keep America great!

Q: In what ways have you expressed that passion throughout your life?

A:As I stated before, I will go out of my way to buy American Made. I will spend the extra money. I speak at businesses, and write article about how our tax system is really hurting American Manufacturing/Small Business. I further express how both parties really aren't working on our behalf and encourage them to step up and voice their concerns and elect people that will work for us and in turn work toward a better system for American manufacturing and small business.

Q: What is your favorite quote?

A: Spread my work ethic, not my wealth!


Join us next week  for another segment of ‘The Importance of American Manufacturing.’

If you, or someone you know, would be interested in sharing your thoughts on anything American Made, please send inquiries to Logan Beam at


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