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Amazon Deal of the Day for April 15, 2016

Posted by Scott Martin on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, In : Made in USA 
Here is something a lot you might be interested in a made in USA backpack. 

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Light bulbs made by Olympic Lighting

Posted by Scott Martin on Monday, June 25, 2012, In : Made in USA 
Today on Amazon I found these made in USA light bulbs made by Olympic Lighting. They say they will last 10,0000 Hours. I did the math and that is 416 days burning them 24 hours a day.
 Has anyone tried these? If so do you like them?
They are not cheap but if they last a long time they might be worth the price. 




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Moose Tags

Posted by Scott Martin on Thursday, May 10, 2012, In : Made in USA 
I recently had the opportunity to try out some Moose Tags (cable identification tags). This is something nearly everyone needs. They are made in Florida with plastic stock made in Georgia. They are so easy to use a monkey use them if they could write and needed them! 
Now why did I not think of this? Or maybe I did but it was adhesive tape and it was hard to remove! These are much better and can be removed easily unlike the tape. So my advice is go buy a package of Moose Tags for you electroni...
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A made in USA can opener!

Posted by Scott Martin on Sunday, April 1, 2012, In : Made in USA 
I have told my Facebook fans about this for months. It is the EZ-DUZ-IT Made in USA Can Opener I have not got one yet but I to get one soon. I have heard a lot of good things about it for fans of my Facebook page and reviews on Amazon. You can purchase it from my home page or right here. They are only $9.99 at the time of this post. Be sure to order $25 worth of made in USA items and get free shipping and pay ZERO tax!
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The RocLok Hide a Key

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, February 17, 2012, In : Made in USA 
 Update: This company has been put on hold for the time being. Lets hope it is not permanent.I won one and really like it. 

 I have been following this company for some time. I think they have a great product and it is something every homeowner could use. The RocLok Hide a Key is a outdoor safe for your house key. Never get locked out again. If you have a door knob like mine that is very easy to do since the know turns on the inside even if the door knob is looked. I think it would be good a...
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Straws made by Gald in the USA

Posted by Scott Martin on Friday, February 17, 2012, In : Made in USA 

 I was recently informed that Publix store sold plastic drinking straws made by Gald in the USA. They come in packs of 40 and as I recall they are around $1.50 for 40.I have also found them at Amazon if you do not have a Publix near you.

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Bed Lounge

Posted by Scott Martin on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Made in USA 
Hi all! It has been awhile since my last post and I have some great news for you. Today I became a affiliate of Cequal Products, INC. the makers of BedLounge Reading Pillow. They are made in the USA or they would not be on here! This is something I want to get myself for my wife. See she quilts and likes to do it sitting on our bed. I think this would be great for her but if not I would use it to watch TV while she is quilting! Well this is my plan. So her birthday is next month and I do not ...

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Since 1819

Posted by Scott Martin on Monday, September 12, 2011, In : Made in USA 
Since 1819 Jacob Bromwell has been making tin products in the USA. The company was founder in 1819 by Jacob Bromwell when he had a idea to produce quality cooking, baking and campfire products. Americans have been using their Jacob Bromwell products for years and passing them to the next generation. My grandmother had a sifter made by them and I think my aunt has it now. I think my mother had one at one time but must have given it away.
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