Made In America Store receives the 2019 Largest Made In America Retailer Award

ELMA, N.Y.Oct. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — An awards ceremony capped off the recent three-day Made in America 2019 Trade Show at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. The event took place October 3rd through the 6th, 2019.

Mark Andol’s “Made in America Store” was recognized as the Largest Made in America Retailer in the United States, an honor that was vetted by, founded by Don Buckner. Buckner recognized this first-ever trade show of its kind – promoting American manufacturing.

“For almost 10 years now, the Made in America Store’s mission has been to create and save jobs in the United States of America by increasing American manufacturing for our children’s future.” Mark Andol said. “To be recognized for our efforts of being the largest retailer of 100% USA made products, right down to the packaging, has been an honor.”

The event was 250,000 sq. ft. of exhibition and meeting space was filled with 300+ vendors, manufacturers and prominent influencers in the Made in America Movement.

The diverse manufacturing categories ranged from aerospace to apparel, and textiles to transportation, creating an unparalleled networking hub.

The event kicked-off with a mega party that featured performances by country music super-duo Big & Rich, as well as Ted Nugent and Cowboy Troy.

Wahl Clipper Corporation, a 100-year old company and household name in America, presented a $75,000 check to Wounded Warrior Project.

A shark-style pitch panel was arranged by United Inventors Association of America, allowing for “Asks” by many creators of novel products.

The event attracted national media and social media attention, including FOX News, FOX Business, MSNBC and the Leslie Marshall Show.

Established in 2010, the Made In America Store is the nation’s only 100% U.S.A. made department store. With more than 9,000 products from 500+ manufacturers, the Made In America Store is dedicated to creating and saving jobs in the United States of America by increasing U.S. manufacturing for our children’s future.

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  1. Wish I had more access to American made goods for my store.

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