“It is really exciting to see new companies create brands dedicated to American made and mature companies bringing back manufacturing to the US.” said Rongione.
Adamstown, PA (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
The American made movement continues to gain momentum and American Made Matters® (AMM) is at the forefront! AMM, founded July 4, 2009, has elevated awareness among consumers about the compelling importance of buying US-made products. The organization tripled its membership in the past year eclipsing one hundred and fifty companies representing thirty seven states. A three minute video which has received high praise has just been released.
Launched by America’s oldest hat manufacturer, Bollman Hat Company, AMM is run by a board comprised of manufacturers who share a vision to grow jobs in the US as well as strengthen communities, protect the environment, build the economy and improve the independence and security of America.
A video narrated by Bollman CEO, Don Rongione, and filmed by AMM sponsor, West Field Films, has just been released to facilitate the mission of educating consumers on why American made matters. The video can be viewed at the organization’s website, http://www.AmericanMadeMatters.com.
“It is really exciting to see new companies create brands dedicated to American made and mature companies bringing back manufacturing to the US. We are making a difference. It is demonstrated by the increase in manufacturing jobs,” said Rongione.
The AMM logo now appears on tens of thousands of products. The organization has an active and growing following of over twenty thousand in social media and subscribers to its newsletter. On-line and physical events promoting American made products, encouraging plant tours and an ecommerce store featuring products that contain the AMM logo all serve to help strengthen the organization’s mission which is to educate consumers that buying US-made products strengthens the American dream.
Manufacturers interested in joining and consumers looking to buy American made products, should visit http://www.AmericanMadeMatters.com for further information.