All American Clothing Co., proud corporate members of The Made in America Movement, announces a new warning label that raises awareness of the consequences of outsourcing and buying foreign-made items in the United States.
May the following message serve as a reminder to all shoppers during the upcoming holiday shopping season:
“Warning: Outsourcing may cause extended high unemployment rates, higher taxes, manufacturing decline, trade imbalance, increased national debt, destruction of the middle class, and massive layoffs. Purchase foreign made products at your own risk, the job lost may be your own.”
All American Clothing Co. and Josh Miller, producer of the upcoming documentary film ‘Made in the USA: The 30-Day Journey,” were both involved in making the new warning label possible. Both are proud supporters of USA Made items. “The impact of not outsourcing and producing USA Made items is exponential.” said All American Co-Owner Bj Nickol. “Keeping our production in the USA provides jobs and a tax base that supports our communities.”
The idea behind the label came from Miller. When he presented it to the USA-made clothing company, production immediately occurred. The warning label can be found on a tee shirt from All American Clothing Co. The company hopes to make the same tee shirt for other USA-made businesses with their logo on the front and warning labels on the back. The label reminds shoppers to think twice about their purchases as they head out for Labor Day specials.
This is not the first time both Miller and All American Clothing Co. have worked together. Josh Miller recently made an effort to raise awareness on the topic of American Manufacturing while filming the “Made in the USA: The 30-Day Journey” documentary. In the film, Josh attempts to live off of USA-made items only for 30 straight days. In the process, Josh interviews business owners, politicians, economists, and locals for their opinions on Made in USA as he travels the country. Josh and his crew stopped at All American Clothing Co. on day 4 of his journey to get a glimpse of what life is like for small businesses in America. The film highlights the current struggling U.S. economy, focusing on telling American consumers how they can help improve it simply by choosing “Made in the USA.”
The All American Clothing Co. proudly sponsors the film and its merchandise. The USA Made Clothing Co. has supplied “Made in the USA: The 30-Day Journey” tee shirts in an effort to support the film. Both Miller and the All American Clothing Co. are at it again with the new warning label tee shirt.
To view the trailer for Josh`s upcoming film “Made in the USA: The 30 Day Journey” visit http://www.usa30days.com.
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