WASHINGTON ALLEY is a one-stop-shop for American made men’s clothing and accessories. We are passionate about sharing our brand and other brands that align with our lifestyle and values. The goal is to put all of the best and most unique American made products on one website. Giving our customers the confidence that WASHINGTON ALLEY will only offer them American made products that align with the highest of product values. Read more
When you stroll the aisles of the Made in America Store, you might notice a conspicuous absence. There is not a single item for sale that requires a battery or a plug. That is because no electronics meet the strict guidelines of an emporium that stocks only products 100% made in America. Read more
With a brand new year, full of hope and promises (right?), comes a brand new opportunity for everyone (you too!) to start shopping better. Read more
Pennsylvania, USA (PRUnderground) November 23rd, 2016 | The Made in America Movement announces the publication of PURE AMERICAN MAGAZINE – THE HOLIDAY ISSUE, a digital and interactive magazine where shoppers can click on the product within the magazine, and they will be taken directly to the brands’ site for easy shopping. Consumers will find a selection of Made in USA brands along with brand stories, reviews, tips and some tasty recipes, including one for how to make homemade dog food out of holiday leftovers! Read more
BATAVIA — Creating a product up to the standards of the Made in America Store is not as simple as the name might suggest. Read more
Retail analysts say the world’s biggest retailer has reason to fear a small grocery chain that’s based in Idaho and boasts a business model that allows it to undercut Walmart on prices.
Buy American – “Every person ought to have the awareness that purchasing is always a moral – and not simply an economic – act,” Pope Francis announced. How can we spend our money as if our values matter? Read more
As it turns out, a flag label doesn’t guarantee that a product was born in the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” A recent Consumer Reports survey found that 8 out of 10 consumers would rather buy a domestically made product than an imported one, but it’s difficult to figure out which are the frauds. Read more