Made In America Store Responds To Ever Growing Demand For Military T Shirts

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The Made In America Store answers the requests of consumers for 100% made in the USA Military t shirts. Five different branches have been represented in the lineup including the Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, Navy and National Coast Guard.

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We build with quality in mind as a priority. There needs to be more emphasis on quality in today’s market in manufacturing, not cheap-throw away items.

The Made In America Store, known for selling 100% American made products, has taken the next step to answer an ever growing demand for USA made products. Commitment to the US soldier has always been a priority and now t-shirts branding each military branch will now have their own rack in the store.

To a lot of consumer’s surprise, quite a few of the military branch t-shirts brands were made overseas, not to mention pins, hats and other merchandise. The Made In America Store is reversing the trend of making products with the cheapest materials usually associated with overseas products, and bringing back quality merchandise made by American.

“We build with quality in mind as a priority” insists Mark Andol, owner of the Made In America Store, “There needs to be more emphasis on quality in today’s market in manufacturing, not cheap-throw away items.”

It almost seems like hypocrisy, having a shirt that represents a military that defends your home country but made overseas. Mark Andol brings respect back to the military by selling 100% American manufactured t-shirts.

The Made In America Store is located at 900 Maple Road in Elma, New York and is committed to selling 100% American manufactured products. You can visit for more information or shop our catalog of over 290 vendors that are devoted to producing USA made products. All US military personnel both active duty and retired receive a discount every day. Consumers can also keep up to date news articles, events, photos and contests with Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr!

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