10 Reasons to Buy American

10 Reasons to Buy American

 

Supporting Made in USA makes a HUGE difference! Check out our top 10 reasons to Buy American.

1. Higher Labor Standards 

Many of the foreign countries that are popular for manufacturing cheap goods have no guarantee for worker's rights.1 U.S. employers and manufacturing processes are held to higher labor standards that enforced by federal and state laws. When you purchase a Made in USA product you won't be contributing to child labor, slavery, trafficking or dangerous working conditions abroad.

2. Better Quality Products

Did you know that 60% of Chinese consumers prefer products that are Made in USA?Not only that, but they are also willing to pay more for them. Made in America is associated with better quality, for good reason. Products manufactured here are usually built with higher quality components, which increases the longevity of products. Have you ever been to an antique store? You'll see what we are talking about. Made in USA is built to last.

3. Healthier Environment

U.S. companies and manufacturers are held to higher federal and state environmental regulations. When you Buy American, you know that you're helping to keep the world a little cleaner for future generations. 

4. Fair Labor

Many countries have no minimum wage restrictions. When you choose products made in the USA, you contribute to the payment of an honest day's wages for an honest day's work.

5. Lowers U.S. Budget Deficit

If you remember your High School Civics class, you already know that a negative federal budget deficit contributes to the overall national, public debt. We just checked on 5/15/2019 and the current U.S. national debt is at $22.2 TRILLION dollars. When you purchase Made in USA products, you're supporting American jobs and taxes. More taxes being paid by more workers means more revenue being sent to the U.S. Treasury Department. 

6. Lowers Trade Deficit

In 2018, the U.S. had a $621 BILLION world trade deficit.Which means means we as a nation are buying a lot more products than other countries are buying from us. Doesn't seem right, does it? Buying American increases the demand for Made in USA products. 

7. Safer Products

Many of the countries used to produce cheap goods have much lower product safety standards than when manufacturers are held to in the U.S. For example, poisonous levels of lead are in tens of millions of toys shipped to the United States. When you buy USA-made products, you can be confident that American consumer protection laws and safety standards are in place to protect your family. 

8. Local Economies

When you Buy American you're supporting a chain reaction of positive effects. While every Made in USA purchase supports the national economy. There's a chance your town or a town near you manufactures something, employing your fellow American. More employed Americans means there is more opportunity for dollars to be invested back into your local economy in the form of tax revenue and more jobs. 

9. Supporting America

When you Buy American you're supporting American independence! Factories and money are shifting to countries not friendly to the USA or democracy. When you avoid imported goods in favor of American-made items, you help ensure that the United States doesn't find its access to vital goods impacted by political conflict.

10. Keeping Americans Working

As America's manufacturing ability fades, future generations of US citizens will be unable to find relevant jobs. Buying American-made products will help keep you, your friends, and neighbors earning a living wage.

We hope you'll join Made in America Co.™ in standing up for America. You'll be glad you did! We encourage you to shop our new Marketplace for thousands of Made in USA products, new products are added daily.

 

Works Cited
1https://www.ituc-csi.org/IMG/pdf/ituc-global-rights-index-2018-en-final-2.pdf

2https://news.thomasnet.com/imt/2012/12/06/american-and-chinese-buyers-prefer-made-in-the-u-s-a

3https://www.statista.com/statistics/220041/total-value-of-us-trade-balance-since-2000/ 


2 comments

  • Renee Elliott

    American Pride

  • Nicholas Piscionere

    Thanks


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