Made In The Carolinas Launches New Website

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Made in the Carolinas, a Charlotte-based company dedicated to the promotion of products and merchandise crafted and manufactured in the Carolinas, has unveiled its new website at http://www.madeinthecarolinas.com.

Made in the Carolinas, a Charlotte-based company dedicated to the promotion of products and merchandise crafted and manufactured in the Carolinas, has unveiled its new website at http://www.madeinthecarolinas.com.

A full-function e-commerce website, madeinthecarolinas.com is allowing site visitors worldwide to purchase an array of products that are Carolina made, including art and pottery, clothing and accessories, bath and body products, food products, music, toys, and candles. With detailed product descriptions, search capabilities, and easy navigation, the new site provides users with an easy and uncomplicated method of shopping for products made by Carolina businesses, artisans, and craftspeople. With one click of the mouse, customers can learn about the Carolina product, its maker, and in many cases, the story behind the product.

"We love the Carolinas, and we are pleased to offer our customers a website where they can discover the wonderful products made here," says owner Greg Cauble. "We are committed to the talented, passionate folks who make these 'distinctively southern wares,' and we will offer the best in customer service to both our customers and our vendors, producing a win-win for everyone."

Made in the Carolinas is owned by fourth-generation native Carolinian and Charlottean Greg Cauble and his wife, Babette. The business was born out of their love for the Carolinas and their desire to champion the artists and entrepreneurs who make the distinctly southern wares of this region and to make those wares easily available to customers across the nation.

To contact Made in the Carolinas, please visit the website at http://www.MadeintheCarolinas.com or call 877-347-0727.

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