Two Days Left To Enter to Win Free Wigwam Socks fromThe Made In America Store

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The Made In America Store’s ‘Holiday Shopping Giveaway’ takes a new vendor each week and gives away some of their signature products to customers that participate. This week brings sock manufacturer, Wigwam to the promotion.

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ince 1905, my family has been committed to our employees, our community and making fine quality socks just for you.

The Made In America Store’s ‘Holiday Shopping Giveaway’ only has two days left, in which a few pairs of Wigwam socks will be given away. It’s the final week of the Made In America Store’s ‘Holiday Shopping Giveaway’ and the iconic US made products store has announced Wigwam Socks as their final vendor. Consumers are given a week to email the Made In America Store to enter to win free products.
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Wigwam Socks and the Made In America Store will pick 5 participants at random for the free socks giveaway. Consumers can enter the contest by emailing the Made In America Store at SocialMedia.MIAstore(at)gmail(dot)com with the subject line “Wigwam”. Contestants are urged to include their Name, Phone Number and Address with each entry. The contest will run December 9th to December 15th.

Wigwam Socks and the Made In America Store have been working together since April of 2010 and the partnership has grown astronomically. Wigwam Socks owner, Robert Chesebro and Made In America Store owner, Mark Andol, share the same views on the economy and manufacturing.
Looking to purchase Wigwam Socks for a gift this holiday season? Head over to the Made In America Store’s website today!

Both Mark and Robert share the same message and goal of "striving to keep manufacturing in the United States and to create and save American jobs." For 107 years, Wigwam has kept its factory in the states and is on its way to being a 4th generation - family owned business. In addition, Robert Chesebro lobbies in Washington D.C. for programs that limit the quantity of products allowed to be imported while still pursuing fair trade policies with other countries.

Wigwam is known for manufacturing the highest quality socks in the industry. It's Ultimax technology moves moisture from the bottom up and is patented to Wigwam. Wigwam isn't limited to one fiber and had many options to choose from when designing and manufacturing their socks. With their manufacturing plant only yards away from the corporate offices, Wigwam has excellent quality control as well.

"We want you to feel good about buying the Wigwam brand because we've set a standard of integrity that we strive to live up to every day," says Robert Chesebro, Owner and CEO of Wigwam Mills Inc. "Since 1905, my family has been committed to our employees, our community and making fine quality socks just for you."

In addition, Wigwam's manufacturing process is environmentally friendly. The state of the art factory has worked with local utility companies to limit their carbon footprint and be more efficient by installing solar panels on top of their facility to heat their water. The water is used to wash the dye from the socks and to heat some of the factory. Also, motion sensory lights were installed to limit the amount of power wasted and needed inside the facility.

The Made In America Store is the only brick and mortar store that sells 100% made in the United States products from over 350 vendors. Consumers can visit or call 716-652-4872 to get more information or shop our catalog of over 3,500 items. Both Active Duty Military Personnel and U.S. Military Veterans receive a 10% discount every day. Followers of the “Made In America” movement can keep updated with the Made In America Store through Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, FourSquare and even their own blog on Wordpress!

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