Inspired to Support American Workers

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Two brothers-in-law launch, a website that features a different American made product each day.

Inspired to help the turbulent U.S job market, brothers-in-law Vincent Wittig and Andrew Klossner founded AMD Enterprises LLC and launched, a website that features one American made product and company a day.

By buying one American made product a day, in bulk, will be able to offer the product at a discount to consumers. This will provide consumers the opportunity to buy a quality American made product at a great rate, as well as support an American company that uses an American work force to manufacture their products. Another unique aspect of is that they will be highlighting the history of the company that is manufacturing the product, giving each company the recognition they deserve for continuing to produce quality goods in the United States.

“I was watching the ‘Made in America’ segment on ABC – World News and couldn’t believe that American made products were so hard to find,” co-founder Vincent Wittig stated. “I thought that if Americans were able to easily find quality American made products at a comparable price to foreign made goods, they would prefer to buy them and it would support American jobs,” he added.

"Vince came to me with this idea, and I thought we could really help the American job market," fellow co-founder Andrew Klossner added. "We thought the best way to highlight American manufacturing was to sell a different quality American made product at a discount, everyday."

AMD Enterprise's goal is to support existing American jobs and inspire more manufacturing employment growth in the United States while pursuing their own American Dream. A few examples of the categories of products that they will be selling are outdoor gear and equipment, toys, kitchen gadgets, clothing, and tools. They encourage people to visit on a regular or daily basis because they are selling such a wide variety of American made products.


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