July 02, 2015 2 min read 12 Comments

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.


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12 Responses

Terry Tresner
Terry Tresner

February 09, 2021

I want to share this on facebook but I don’t see an option.Any help?

Terry Tresner
Terry Tresner

February 09, 2021

I forgot to click ‘notify me of follow up comments’ so I had to comment to myself and click it this time:-)

Julie Gatlin Moss
Julie Gatlin Moss

February 09, 2021

That is a neat personal challenge. I’ll try to replicate it.

Emile Poock
Emile Poock

February 09, 2021

Spot on with this write-up, I really assume this website needs rather more consideration. I’ll probably be again to read far more, thanks for that info.

place
place

February 09, 2021

Very intreresting blog. It was very useful. I was looking exaxtly for this. Thank you for your effort. I hope you will write more such useful posts.

Julie Gatlin Moss
Julie Gatlin Moss

February 09, 2021

Sourcing local, state and nationally made products can be difficult. All American Clothing is an excellent example of a company dilligently working to do the search for consumers. A source I like to check is the Tennessee Secretary of State’s website. They spotlight Tennessee businesses: http://tnsos.org/Press/story.php?item=470

502artglass
502artglass

February 09, 2021

I challenged myself to buy all made in the U.S. Christmas presents this year. I bought jeans and shirts for The All American Clothing Company, which made it easy for the gifts for adults. I was surprised to find so many toys made in the U.S. for the tiny ones on my list. The preteen on my list was the hardest to find something for, but I did.
I think we are really starting to make a difference. Has anyone seen the new commercial for doles canned peaches? They say right in the commercial that the peaches are grown in the U.S.A. I don’t think they would if a LOT of people weren’t asking!

Elora
Elora

February 09, 2021

That’s a smart way of thinknig about it.

debbie Mcguire
debbie Mcguire

February 09, 2021

I’m really trying to buy made in American/USA clothing but it’s difficult to find! Made in America clothing is mixed in with all clothing. Can the made in America/USA be separated in the stores?

Jayan
Jayan

February 09, 2021

How could any of this be better stated? It coludn’t.

Sandy Lewis
Sandy Lewis

February 09, 2021

Yes, i bought my son’s jeans from you and had better luck than expected searching for made in USA items. The more we stick together and demand on USA products, the more jobs we can help create. Keep it up

Joeie
Joeie

February 09, 2021

I could read a book about this without fidning such real-world approaches!

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