Emerging On Line Retailer of Made in USA Products, USAB2C.com, Warns of Pitfalls in Congressional Economic Stimulus Package

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Wagering the economic stimulus rebate on providing sufficient economic benefit is a bet that has low odds of succeeding. Las Vegas company warns that fellow taxpayers spending the rebate at their neighborhood mall, purchasing foreign made products will achieve only limited financial benefit to the economy. The best way to utilize the rebate money is to purchase American made products, thus using the money to truly bolster the American economy. USAB2C has made available over 6,000 products, carefully screened and found to meet their stringent made in USA requirements. These items are available for purchase by logging onto their site, http://www.USAB2C.com.

The new congressional economic stimulus package designed to give American taxpayers $600 per person as a spending initiative is supported by USAB2C.com. USAB2c.com (America's Business to Consumers Inc.) has always trumpeted the need to keep American jobs growing and the best way to do that is to spend American dollars on American products.

According to George Hanos, Chief Operating Officer of USAB2C, "We have made it known to numerous politicians that the only real way the economic stimulus package will benefit America is to have a grassroots movement of people focused on spending the rebate only on USA manufactured products. Only the sale of made in the USA products will generate jobs for Americans and will keep that amount of capital in the United States where it can best benefit the country. If fellow taxpayers merely take the rebate and spend it at their neighborhood mall purchasing foreign made products, the financial benefit will be extremely limited."

Purchasing imported goods with these wind-fall rebates will continue eroding the American manufacturing base by exporting our capital to China and other third world low cost labor countries. In the case of Chinese goods, the money gets round tripped back to the US in the form of the Chinese government buying additional US treasury debt. A higher debt load means taxpayers will be sending a higher level of interest payments back to China. This negates the positive intention of the initiative. "The Chinese government will have effectively financed the rebates, receiving US taxpayer interest payments as a reward for funding the incentive," said Mr. Hanos.

The best way to utilize the congressional stimulus rebate money is to purchase American made products, thus using the money to truly bolster the American economy.

USAB2C has made available over 6,000 products, carefully screened and found to meet their stringent made in USA requirements. These items are available for purchase by logging onto their site, http://www.USAB2C.com.

Most recently, USAB2C has added to its breadth of products gourmet chocolates for Valentine's Day made in Pennsylvania, patriotic scarves made in New York, US Navy style pea-coats made in Massachusetts, woolen apparel made in Minnesota, baby and toddler accessories made in California and home goods made in Vermont.

"These new products and others have been added to expand our catalog beyond American made toys, tools, knives and wooden accessories. This will give the consumer a greater variety of options to choose from when spending their rebates and, thus, recycle the money back into the American economy, multiplying many times over the economic benefits of the rebate," Mr. Hanos stated.

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