Elma, New York (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
The all American made products store is looking to the future with high expectations for new products, expansions and consumer participation. The Made In America Store will take everything they have learned in 2012 and use it to strengthen the “Made In America” movement for 2013 for consumers and the U.S. economy.
2012 proved to be a year of learning and growth for the Made In America Store and Mark Andol, owner and creator of the all US made products store, isn’t afraid to take the new year head on.
“I think people really grasp the Made in America movement now,” said Dan Andol, Made In America Store’s Vice President. “With big companies like General Motors bringing jobs back stateside, the movement is more than just a trend.”
In 2012 alone, the Made In America Store opened their World Distribution Center, expanded their product line to over 1,500 products, created a flat rate shipping program, took to the social media frontier and hosted plenty of concerts and charitable events.
“The people do the talking for us,” said Mark Andol. “If we the people didn’t want the quality and reliability of American made, I don’t think we (Made In America Store) would be here and growing.”
The Made In America Store’s World Distribution Center is a 18,000 square foot facility that was opened to help stock the Elma, New York, store location, ship out internet orders and help fill the smaller satellite store’s like General Welding & Fabricating.
“Without the World Distribution Center, we wouldn’t have the room to stock our store,” said John Omlar, the Made In America Store’s Manager.
To put the Made In America Store’s growth into perspective, here is a list of some the vendors that have joined the Made In America Store’s long list of 100% American made vendors; BADA-BING Pet Products – Saratoga Peanut Butter – Russell Stover – Daisy Paper Products – Buffalo Angel Wings Chrusciki – Hubbard Peanut Company – New York State Lottery – Mallo Cups – ALL-ETT Billfold Wallets – Gooseman Game Calls – Robin Tolsma of “Everything Changed” – Sale’s Rollin’ Smoke BBQ – Tuff Guard Hoses of JGB Enterprises – R.G. Bullco Belts – “They Call Me Korney” Polish Mafia Book – Weber’s Mustard – Toss-A-Tee – Zogoflex Dog Toys – All-American Coffee – Claey’s Hard Candy & Fudge – Quik-Fold Furniture – Mostly Memories Candles – Aromaland – American Tuna – Gardex’s Leaf Scoops – Best of Buffalo Gift Boxes – Military Themed Baseball Caps – Chiavetta’s Marinade – Ilio Dipaolo’s Marinade – Popcorn from Saranak – Valley Forge Flags – I.M. Good Licorice – Rada Cutlery – Poof-Slinky – Jelly Belly – Tavern Puzzles from Tucker-Jones – Nordica Ware – Patch Products – Vapor Water – Platinum Pets – Jacob Bromwell Cookware – Sleeping Bags – Beer Hats – Camouflage Shorts from Texas Jeans – Chanellock – Redneck Drinkware – McKenzie’s Hard Cider – Bath Towels from Chima – Can Openers – K’NEX Toys – PMA Productions Military Key Chains – Mini Flag Holders – Yuengling Beer – Ann Clark Cookie Cutters – Beacon Baby Blankets – Estwing Tools – NutriSource Pet Food – Burning Asphalt Sauces – Lucky Scratch-Off Lottery Scratchers – Stuffington Bear Factory.
Additionally, the Made In America Store took their ecommerce site to the next level by including a flat rate shipping option with every internet order. For every order that is under $100, consumers can get shipping at $7 and anything over, the consumer is given free shipping.
The Made In America Store has made their presence known on the internet thanks to social media. People from all over the nation come together to find friends, family, brands and more all through social media websites. The Made In America Store has a presence on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, FourSquare, Pinterest and even their own blog.
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This year alone, the Made In America Store sponsored the Jam in the Valley 2012 with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Randy Houser and Ricky Lee, Honor Flight Chicago which sent over 30 different WWII Veterans to see their memorial and plenty of local concerts.
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 http://www.MadeInAmericaStore.com 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!