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With a brand new year, full of hope and promises (right?), comes a brand new opportunity for everyone (you too!) to start shopping better.
Brands and retailers who proudly declare they’re “made in the USA” have serious challenges brimming beneath their patriotic polish.
Scranton, PA – June 1, 2016 — The Made in America Movement announce their first Summer Essentials Guide filled with Made in USA merchandise. Shoppers will find a wide selection of Made in USA gifts at varying affordable price points. It’s time to vote with your wallet. Buy American made.
Startups are returning to American factories, and it’s no longer (just) about patriotism or marketing. These brands want to create the best, most innovative clothes in the world.
At the swanky Prudential Center in the heart of Boston’s shopping district, the Yogasmoga boutique stands out for its sparse, minimalist aesthetic. At the entrance, there is a large white orchid on a table surrounded by neatly folded tank tops and yoga pants known for their high-tech fabrics. Soothing, Eastern-inspired music is piped in, giving the space a peaceful ambiance.
Made in the USA & apparel reshoring is a hot topic in the apparel industry these days. Corporate America is definitely interested- we need to look no further than Walmart’s American Manufacturing Commitment to buy an additional $250 billion dollars of goods made in America over the next 10 years to see evidence of that.
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