New Search Engines Help Consumers To Buy Made In the USA Products
The recent U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics report announcing that 51,000 manufacturing jobs were lost in September, prompts MadeinUSA.com to encourage people to ‘buy American’-a different kind of “recycling” in order to “go green.”
“When the combined buying power of the American consumer is used to purchase products made in the USA, those dollars stay within our own system,” said Holly Pellham-Davis, MadeinUSA.com spokesperson. “We call this Recycling Dollars and it can make our economy strong again. It’s much like the current focus on protecting our natural resources by recycling materials wherever possible.”
MadeinUSA.com is dedicated to educating consumers about the importance of buying American-made products or “Patriotic Spending.” With its robust database of more than 300,000 businesses, MadeinUSA.com makes it easier for consumers to buy American and be connected with U.S. manufacturers.
Consumers even can find U.S. companies in the business of being “green.” For example, ALJO Candles, a manufacturer of candles made of recycled materials, recently joined the MadeinUSA.com database.
“Dollars spent on American-made products stay in America and that helps all of us. Patriotic Spending protects stable, quality jobs for Americans,” said Pellham-Davis. “It is the responsibility of employed Americans to help their neighbors, their communities and the economy by choosing products made in the USA.”
U.S. businesses are encouraged to register at no cost at MadeinUSA.com (www.madeinusa.com) to benefit from the easy and direct connection the web site provides to consumers looking for good-quality, competitive American-made products.
The company is the result of a small group of manufacturers who believe in the concept of “circle economics” where each community contributes to the overall circle that is the U.S. economy. The MadeinUSA.com founders believe that consumers are sending U.S. dollars out of the circle and into the hands of foreign interests. They are intent on educating the public through http://www.MadeinUSA.com so that the circle becomes strong again.