When it comes to generating awareness of the power of the Consumer to save and create American jobs, no single organization can "do it alone". We collaborate with our Allies to engage Consumers in a variety of different ways, in order to make it easier to find "Made in USA" products both at local brick-and-mortar stores and online.
Contact us to find out more on how we can become Allies, or to discuss your collaborative ideas.
Real American workers handcrafted our clothing right here in the USA.
When you purchase from All American Clothing you are helping our economy in so many ways! Not only is the clothing made in the USA, but so is the box it shipped in, our website is hosted here, the shipping companies are all from America, the people who built our building are USA citizens, etc...As you can see, buying one shirt or a pair of jeans that are Made in USA affects many jobs in many different industries.
Our clothing keeps people working in the United States.
To unite America's consumers and businesses, and increase employment opportunities in the USA, AmericanWorkersRadio.com is expanding its efforts. Over the years, America has lost millions of jobs to outsourcing and it's time for that to change. As America's consumers, we have to make change happen by stimulating America's manufacturing industries through our purchasing power.
The goal of American Workers Radio is to have an equal amount of American made products featured side-by-side with foreign competitors in stores across the U.S.A
Masterin’ the manipulation of wood, charcoal, hot coals, and flames is a duty-bound skill; a true, authentic, and worthy endeavor.
Billy Twang’s built countless fires—cookin’ meat to the delight of family, friends, and neighbors. Those early years of building fires and cookin’ meat got Billy Twang thinking about the choice of fuel. Well, one thing lead to another and Billy’s been trading mesquite charcoal for legal tender going on twenty-four years now.
Billy Twang knows cookin’ with fire may well be intimidating to some and the excuses go something like this: “too much trouble, time, and mess.” In comes Billy Twang to the rescue!
In 1998 we started looking for companies online that were still making their products in the USA. We wanted our directory to be a resource for anyone who was looking to buy Made in the USA to be able to find products from clothing to cookware to pet products and everything in-between. Finding these businesses who had an actual web presence was difficult because the internet was still in its infancy and many companies were not on the internet.
The surge in demand for Made in the USA products and increased support for American manufacturing is inspiring. Many American consumers are committed to the idea that buying products Made in the USA is not only beneficial for the financial health of our country, but also for the health and wellness of their families, since many products made overseas are not held to the same quality control standards required of companies that make their products in the USA. Made in USA products are more environmentally friendly than most imports simply because they are made closer to their intended customers.
Established in 1819, Jacob Bromwell® is the United States’ oldest and most respected name in kitchenware, housewares, and heritage-inspired products. The company designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes its own line of timeless products, all of which exhibit beautiful design, best-in-class craftsmanship, and long-lasting quality.
Jacob Bromwell® proudly holds the distinction of being the oldest kitchenware and housewares manufacturer in North America, and is the oldest known manufacturer of tin and stainless steel products in the United States.
Today, Jacob Bromwell® is one of the world’s most valuable historical companies and serves as the flagship brand in our portfolio, with its products regularly featured in major news publications and sold at select high-end retailers worldwide.
KettlePizza founder, Al Contarino, is an inventor who had a passion for grilling. That passion, however, was often frustrated whenever a grill lid was opened or removed and all the stored heat lost, stalling the cooking process.
So, in 2005, he started developing a new type of gas grill that maintained the heat despite an open lid. Countless hours and a substantial amount of money went into the patented design in hope of licensing to a major grill manufacturer. Five years later, after Al became completely frustrated with the challenges of the licensing process, he decided to focus his efforts on developing a product that he could design, manufacture and market completely on his own. This new product was KettlePizza.