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Thursday, July 29, 2010

What does 'Made in America' mean to you?

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

For this post they gave me the question of, What Does 'Made in America' mean to you? I had to think about this question for a few minutes. Made in America means a lot to me. It means jobs for the millions of people out of work. This includes my own husband. If people have jobs then that means there will not be so many businesses going out of business. If people are doing good there is less crime. Local communities and governments will be doing good again. I find it very upsetting that so many companies out source their job to other countries. What about here in America? We really need the jobs.

Made in America is also what I try to buy. But I have to say it's really hard if buying any electronics or even clothes, made in America. But this time of year I love buying all the fresh fruit's and vegetable's from local farmers. They really are the best and grown right here where I live.

I live in a small town in Michigan and this town has seen better times then right now. We have a beautiful little downtown area that use to be filled with shops, restaurant's and bars. Today many of those stores are closed. They all have a for rent or for sale in their windows. It's hard to start and business or keep a business going right now. Families are leaving all the time to for other states hoping for a better job market. This is very sad.

I want to tell you about Ramblers Way Farm. They are changing the way American business is done. The Company sources, grows, and produces their fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources. They have brought manufacturing facilities into distressed small towns and are helping to revitalize the communities.

The Ramblers Way Corporate Office is a fully refurbished building that was originally built in 1792 and is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine. The building has been restored to its original condition, while being modernized to meet today's environmental standards. They have
even achieved the coveted Gold Lead Certification level!

I have to say that America really needs more companies that think like this! I sure know that my small town could really use a company like this to move into our town.



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