Buying products with American quality, safety, durability and design is its own reward, but with every purchase, we are accomplishing a larger social purpose.
Closing 50,000 manufacturing establishments and sending six million jobs overseas has had a profoundly negative effect on American communities and the families and individuals who live in them. The predictable resulting social problems can be reversed when we restore production jobs in our communities.
Our sister organization, Made in America Again, Inc., has conducted in-depth research into the consequences of sending jobs overseas with our purchases, and how consumers can solve the problem. Much of that information has been gathered at the MIAA web site, www.miaa-aware.org. We invite you to visit, to explore these three questions:
Why does it seem like everything is being made somewhere else?
Is that causing a problem?
If it is, what can be done about it?
Happily, there is much that can be done about it, and you hold the key in your buying decisions. To learn more, please visit www.miaa-aware.org.