100% American Made Company, Bodacious Cases, Fights to Stay Made in America This 4th of July

This Fourth of July is more than just celebrating Bodacious Cases's 2nd birthday. It’s about celebrating the freedom of being able to manufacture its iPhone cases 100% in America, even when the fight to do so is 3-4 times more expensive than manufacturing products overseas.

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Buy 1 case and get 6 extra interchangeable colored bands of your choice for $64

Buy 1 case and get 6 extra interchangeable colored bands of your choice for $64

'It’s hard trying to compete with the bigger companies that manufacture overseas,' says Arianna Russell, a 26-year-old, small-town, all-American woman, who is the inventor, owner and CEO of Bodacious Cases.

Ozark, MO (PRWEB) July 01, 2014

This Fourth of July is more than just celebrating a company’s 2nd birthday. It’s about celebrating the freedom of being able to manufacture its iPhone cases 100% in America.

“It’s hard trying to compete with the bigger companies that manufacture overseas,” says Arianna Russell, a 26-year-old, small-town, all-American woman, who is the inventor, owner and CEO of Bodacious Cases.

“It’s about those who have fought for us to have the freedom to make our products in America,” Arianna says.

Bodacious Cases’s birthday wish is to create 100 new American jobs by this time next year, and everyone can help by purchasing a fourth of July Firecracker Special that Bodacious Cases is running for its birthday.

If every American would spend just $64 a year on American-made products, consumers could create 200,000 jobs in the U.S., according to ABC World News.

In celebration of Bodacious Cases' 2nd birthday, the company has a gift for everyone. With the Firecracker Special, through July 6, you can buy 1 Band-It Case and 6 extra interchangeable colored bands for $64–a savings of more than 30 percent.

The Band-It Case by Bodacious Cases is not just a case–it’s an emergency case for the iPhone 4, 4s, 5 and 5s. It has a credit card slot on the back with a security lever with an American flag on it, which holds an I.D. and 2 credit cards. This durable, water-resistant case has a spot on the inside to store emergency cash, a band-aid and insurance card. It’s like having your life in your pocket.

There are up to 10 case colors and 12 easily interchangeable colored bands to choose from to match a favorite outfit or favorite sports team.

Giving back is a huge part of what Bodacious Cases believes in, so for every 12 cases sold on Bodacious Cases’s website, Arianna will give one free iPhone case away to a firefighter, police officer, military person or a community Hero anywhere in the USA. Bodacious Cases chooses each Hero from stories submitted on its Facebook page or website that describe who and why someone’s Hero deserves a free Bodacious Case.

“Being American made is 3-4 times more expensive than manufacturing products overseas. So, we need your help in celebrating our second birthday by liking and sharing us on all your social media pages and by telling everyone you know about Bodacious Cases. This will help us stay 100% Made in America,” Arianna says.

The company was conceived in 2010, named in 2011 and launched in 2012–all on the Fourth of July. Bodacious Cases is proud to be headquartered on a Missouri Century Family Farm.

For more information about Bo and Bodacious Cases, visit http://www.BodaciousCases.com.

Email info(at)bodaciouscases(dot)com or call 417-582-1872.

Check out our Firecracker video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4QiS-rtOi8.

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Bo is not only the mascot for Bodacious Cases, but he is the back of the credit card slot.


"CamBo" iPhone cases are real pictures taken from real trees. "CamBo" iPhone cases are real pictures taken from real trees.

Available in 3 designs. Taken from Bodacious Cases headquarters, which is on a Missouri Century Family Farm of CEO, Arianna Russell