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We are incredibly thankful to have people like you interested in how The Made In America Movement is unique from other organizations. Here is a list of the common questions we receive:
While we can not certify the organizations for legal reasons, we do ask detailed questions of all of our members on their manufacturing. This includes where they source the products. We make a few exceptions for items that are very difficult to source in America (Electronics, Silk, Lace, etc) but require our members to be striving to source their raw materials here in America as well as manufacture products here.
There is a huge difference and bringing awareness to people that companies manipulate wording to say things like "assembled in America" or "designed in America" does not mean that they are manufactured here.
Our fee for members is incredibly small and is set at just enough to allow us to have the time to talk with the organization to find out more about where they are now with their manufacturing and where they are moving to. We want to partner with companies as much as possible to inform them on the importance of American jobs and have time to make sure that when people buy from our member list - they are buying from a company dedicated to being Made In America.
We believe each person has a voice and your efforts have huge impacts. Ask at your local stores if they sell products Made In America, as managers hear the requests they begin to make an effort. Additionally, ask when you are online shopping - send a chat or email asking if the product is Made in America. Post on companies social media pages and urge them to sell more products that are Made in America. Use your voice.
DISCLAIMER: We are not a certification company. Our members certify themselves.