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Watch it Made in the U.S.A

Watch it Made in the U.S.A.

Watch it Made in the U.S.A.

Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums

I don’t know about you but when I am trying to look for products made in the USA I have a difficult time finding many things. It really disappoints me that we can’t have done more with our country than learning how to export to other countries that cost less but maintain better quality. That sounds silly to me. There was once a time when everyone wanted American made products, what happened to that?  I think it is very possible that we can return to a time where our products are respected and in international demand.

One way to get back there is to go visit businesses that manufacturer products right here in the United States. The book Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums
is an excellent resource to find and visit American manufacturers and watch exactly what they do. This may inspire you to continue purchasing American products or even entice you to make your own American made products.  Watch It Made in the U.S.A.: A Visitor’s Guide to the Best Factory Tours and Company Museums gives you information for over 300 products made right here in the USA. Maybe this summer plan some trips with your family to discover what items you might be using everyday that are made right here at home.

Product Description:
Have you ever wondered how toothpaste gets into the tube? How stripes get on a candy cane? More than just a travel guide, Watch It Made in the U.S.A. helps you experience firsthand the products, companies, technology, and workers that fuel our economy, from Ben and Jerry’s to Harley-Davidson. Whether you’re curious about potato chips or computer chips, cars or crayons, you can count on authors and factory-tour experts Karen Axelrod and Bruce Brumberg to help you and your family discover information about more than 300 ordinary and extraordinary products most of us take for granted.

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