Proud to be “Made in America”
Abstract: There’s a mounting grassroots movement favoring domestic-made products. People want to feel good about their purchases. For many, this means products that are locally sourced from companies that they feel they can trust. This trend is good news for retailers and manufacturers that operate primarily in the United States — and their lenders. This article explains what it takes to claim that a product is “Made in America” and why that label makes good business sense.