More and more businesses have now mandated an "American Made" sourcing policy for everything from the kitchen utensils in the break room to the polo shirts for the sales teams and work wear for the service teams. 10 years ago it was only unions, trade organizations, and municipalities adhering to the strict USA Made policy. Nowadays, it's everyone from the local coffee shop to the large industrial parts suppliers and everything in between. From our perspective, there are a million reasons why you should buy American Made, but we're biased, we've been doing this for nearly 50 years. So don't take our word for it, here are the top 7 reasons why our customers will tell you it's important to buy American made every chance you get.
"Our customers feel a sense of pride in working with us when they know we go out of our way to source all of our sales and service personnel with USA made shirts, jackets, work v
Although we're busy getting orders out for Father's Day, we noticed the Fourth of July is nearly here as well. And if you're like most of us around here, you'll probably be inspired to throw on something red, white, and blue. Nothing says patriotism like showing up at the barbeque in all your Stars-and-Stripes glory. But from a style perspective, pulling off red, white, and blue can be tricky. The color combo works great on the flag, Firecracker Popsicles (my fav), and retro Tommy Hilfiger sweaters (regrettably, not American made). But it can be done. You just have to...
"Sometimes I'm amazed that my wife and I created two unique human beings from scratch, yet we struggle to assemble the most basic of IKEA coffee tables." ~ SL
A group of us found ourselves sitting around the breakroom kitchen table talking about our own Dads and just how different they and yet alike, they are. Some of our Dads are no longer with us. Some of them are slowly being pulled away from us because of diseases such as...