Join the “Should be Made in America” Campaign

   The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM)—a grassroots organization dedicated to raising awareness regarding the state of U.S. manufacturing—has launched a “Should Be Made in America” to help ensure that that taxpayer-financed federal, state  and local infrastructure projects are made in America by American workers, reports Executive Director Scott Paul.

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The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM)—a grassroots organization dedicated to raising awareness regarding the state of U.S. manufacturing—has launched a “Should Be Made in America” to help ensure that that taxpayer-financed federal, state  and local infrastructure projects are made in America by American workers, reports Executive Director Scott Paul. A number of mold manufacturers are reporting that work is coming back to the United States, so checking out this campaign may be worthwhile. Paul is urging people to sign up on www.ShouldBeMadeinAmerica.com, ‘liking’ the campaign on Facebook, and following AAM’s efforts on Twitter. “With your help, we can make sure that federal, state and local officials rebuild our nation with American-made materials and products,” Paul concludes.
 

 

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