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Amazon Deal of the Day for Friday April 8, 2016

Posted by Scott Martin on Sunday, April 10, 2016,
I found this made in USA Whamo Frisbee on Amazon.
These are a lot of fun with or without a dog.
Dog not included.

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Today marks the first Day of my First Amazon Deal Blog Post

Posted by Scott Martin on Monday, April 4, 2016,
Today April 4, 2016  I am going to try something a little different. A Amazon deal of the day blog post. Lets see how long I can do it.
I have talked up the made in USA can opener and have helped sale quite a few. Directly on Amazon and indirectly at local retailers.

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Do they understand?

Posted by Scott Martin on Saturday, April 4, 2015,
Do Americans know what they are doing by buying so many imports over American products? This country of ours is falling apart at the economic seams and most just do not give a crap as long as they get their cheap stuff!

What can I do to get them to understand? Well not much by myself. We, all made in America movements need your help!

All of the made in USA pages, websites and companies need you to help. Not just buying made in USA products but trying to convince other people that close to you t...

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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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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.
Now my wife has a Jacob Bromwell sifter that I bought her...
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