For many years, we have been talking about how supporting the American worker and manufacturing will grow the economy in a way that benefits everyone. We all saw Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton by being a champion of these issues.
As we enter the Christmas season, millions of hard-working American families in the manufacturing industry or in communities impacted by that industry are struggling to make ends meet.
Rather than wait for Donald Trump to take office and implement new policies, we are going to do what we have done each Christmas for the past four years – ask you to take the Made In the USA Christmas Challenge below and lift up these workers!
Did you know that a large percentage of our Christmas gift dollars go overseas? For every $1 we spend in the USA on manufacturing, $1.81 will be added to the economy. That is a great deal!
This is how it works. After you sign the pledge, just take a look at your gift-giving budget and decide to spend as much as you can on things made in this country. It’s that simple!
We understand that there are things that are hard to find made in the USA, like iPhones and sweater-vests. It may not be possible to buy everything made in the USA, just try your best.
Also, buying local and supporting small businesses is another way to help our American workers. Consider shopping on Saturday, November 26th and being a part of Small Business Saturday.
Help make this a Red White and Blue Christmas by putting the American worker first. Join us by taking the 5th Annual Made in the USA Christmas Challenge!