Made In America 2021 Trade Show

Louisville, Kentucky Oct. 1-3, 2021
This is an American Made celebration and to continue the Made in the USA movement.
Registration begins on Jan. 15 2021!

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Why Exhibit

You can’t afford to miss this opportunity to be at Made in America 2021, at The Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky Oct. 1-3, 2021. From consumers,  patriots that support Buying American, Marketing Manager, and C- Level executives, you will never see a larger collection of American Manufacturers. Everyone from major manufacturers to innovative new start-ups will be there, so you can see everyone and everything all in one place. Made in America gives you unmatched opportunities to connect with the people who matter in your industry. You’ll become part of the launchpad for new innovation and focus on raising the economic importance of American Manufacturing.

Value of Exhibiting

Made in America 2021 is an exceptional value for your marketing dollars. We are not only building brand awareness but being a part of the family of American Manufactures, you will position yourself above your competition. Have face to face networking with industry leaders and keynote speakers who understand and advocate for what it takes to be American Made. Made in America is not your average trade show, we are a team of professionals that strive to partner with you before and after our event. Let’s partner for Made in America 2021!

On Site Registration Dates

  • Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2021   8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.  Upper Hallway
  • Thursday, Sept. 31, 2021   8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.  Upper Hallway
  • Friday, October 1, 2021   8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.  Upper Hallway
  • Saturday, October 2, 2021   8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.  Upper Hallway

Event Exhibit Hall Dates

  • Fri., October 1, 2021   9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. North Halls C, D & E
  • Sat., October 2, 2021  9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. North Halls C, D & E
  • Sun., October 3, 2021  10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. North Halls C, D & E

Exhibit personnel will be allowed on the Expo Floor at 8:00 a.m.

Exhibitor Spotlight

Call For More Info! (888) 299-7260

What Our Exhibitors Are Saying

“I think sometimes it gets lost in the shuffle in the merchandising business and just to see something like this start to come about it’s great for the manufacturers and I think it’s great for the consumers to kind of get this back in their brains a little bit until mind about what the value is playing made American Products “  

Jeff Dwight

“This event is less about Commerce and more about contributing to the economic infrastructure of our country which is what manufacturing is all about and what this event did was bring us all together both people who are for-profit and non-profit from people who are in the trenches making things from people who are in the supply chain to really interact and understand and appreciate what we need to do to move this forward “   

Beverly Dacey – Amodex Products

“Very happy to be here because we want people around the country to know that you don’t have to go out of the United States of America to get good quality product that’s manufactured right here by the people in your own community”

Pat Kolodaiejczac – PackageRight

Media Exposure for Made In America 2019

Our goal every day is to inspire people to innovate, build and buy American Made. Thank you for supporting us.

3.3 Billion

Web Impressions

4.7 Thousand

Media Mentions

$1.3 Million

In Earned Media

Top 10 Reasons to be part of Made In America 2021

1.  This is an American Made Celebration of Made in America Industrial Machines & Consumer Products

We are coming together as manufacturers and makers of Made in USA machines and products. Attendees and exhibitors are passionate about being American Made and this event is to celebrate that mission.

2.  Time to Share, Learn and Collaborate with other American Made Brands

Having similar goals and obstacles allows us to collaborate with each other at this event. Share and learn about U.S. manufacturing and what it takes to be able to say ‘Made in the USA’.

3.  Event to Proudly Display and Showcase your Made in America Products

Show us what you’re making in the U.S. Attendees will be excited to see all of the American Made products and machines brought together under one roof. This is the exclusive event to showcase your American innovations.

4.  Chance to Be Part of Something Bigger Than All of Us

We are putting this initiative on a national stage of highlighting the importance of buying American Made. U.S. manufacturing is the backbone of this nation. American Made means good jobs, high-quality craftsmanship, and integrity. Growing the manufacturing sector is imperative to the success of the U.S.

5.  Opportunity to Include Your Brand in a Network of American Made Manufacturers

The show is to exhibit altogether, however, MadeinAmerica.com continues year-round to highlight the growing network of Made in USA machines and products. We will include you in a directory that our fans and people who are passionate about American Made like to see. This will also help with your Google ranking.

6.  Best Moment to Promote and Sell Your American Made Products

You will be able to take orders and sell your Made in USA products at the showcase. The first two days will be for buyers, purchasing agents, and exhibitors to network together and view each other’s innovations. The show will be open to consumers and media to see what is Made in America today.

7.  Niche Event to Find U.S. Suppliers and New Ideas for Your Company

There will be hundreds of companies displayed and thousands in attendance. This will be the best place for you to find your American Made supply chain. See what others are doing and get ideas for your innovations.

8.   Louisville is a great base to slug the American Made mission out of the park  

Home to over 1,300 U.S. manufacturers

9.   Reach the Goal of Making U.S. The #1 Manufacturer in The World

We are currently #2 slightly trailing China. It’s predicted within the coming years that we will be #1 again. Some of the best innovations are still Made in the USA – from SpaceX rockets (which has a supplier in all 50 states) to Boeing jets. Then on the other end of the spectrum, Authentically American apparel shows that even textiles are making a comeback.

10.  Experience the Made in the USA Movement

The excitement was in the air at the inaugural event in Indianapolis in 2019 and now we are going to Louisville to continue the Made in the USA movement. This is a lot more than just a show. We will continually promote the importance of American Made on a national and international level.

Showcasing American Made!

Louisville, Kentucky – October 1-4, 2021

This is an American Made celebration and to continue the Made in the USA movement. There will be hundreds of manufacturers from across the country showcasing high-quality, U.S. made machines and products.

There will also be high-level speeches and panel discussions featuring manufacturing professionals. This trade show event will have an audience of celebrities, consumers, businesses, media, and government. We will all come together to empower American Made.

Buy American = Better America

Get More Information

An American Made celebration and the start of a Made in the USA Movement.
Louisville, Kentucky Oct. 1-3, 2021. Get your complimentary access pass or request to exhibit and/or sponsor.

Call For More Info! (888) 299-7260

Keeping America on Track to be the World’s #1 Manufacturer

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.