Did You Know?

AMERICAN CONSUMERS SAY THEY WOULD RATHER BUY A AMERICAN-MADE PRODUCT THAN A IMPORTED ONE.

Almost 8 in 10 American consumers say they would rather buy a American made product than a imported one, according to a Consumer Reports survey.

More than 60 percent of them say they’re even willing to pay 10 percent more for it. Be American Buy American.

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This is an American Made celebration and to continue the Made in the USA movement.

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Why Attend?

Made in America is where American Manufacturers come together and see what is new, innovative and network with other American Made brands. You will see media opportunities like no other show, and learn from others about why being Made in America is such a passion. How does what you purchase affect American jobs? When a manufacturer is forced to locate outside of the USA, how many people does this impact and how can we be a part of this movement and change? 

 

What will you see as an attendee? 

Manufacturers from small to multi-billion dollar companies are coming together for one cause. Let’s introduce you to a show that is about supporting all American Made products and facilitate real change and relationships that will last for generations to come.

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U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Made in USA Policy Statement
Any products displayed by a manufacturer, supplier, or distributor in conjunction with Made in America. Com, Inc. 2019 event warrants compliance with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Made in USA policy statement, available for review at https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/complying-made-usa-standard. In summary, this policy statement defines the standard to be used in assessing compliance with this policy, and provides guidance to marketers making claims that meet FTC definitions applicable to products “all or virtually all” made in the United States. MadeinAmerica.com, Inc. assumes no responsibility for verification of compliance with these FTC standards, and assumes no responsibility in the case of noncompliance allegations.