Red, White and Buy American

  • Jul 1, 2024

 

As the 4th of July draws near, our hearts swell with pride at the sight of all the patriotic symbols that adorn our surroundings. From the majestic flags fluttering in the breeze to the dazzling fireworks that illuminate the night sky, the spirit of America is palpable in the air. This is the perfect time to showcase our love for our country by donning custom promo apparel that is proudly made right here in the USA.

There is a wide array of options to choose from when it comes to displaying your American pride in style. Whether you prefer classic tees adorned with the iconic stars and stripes, or cozy custom PJ pants perfect for lounging on a lazy summer day, there is something for everyone. Sporting American-made promo apparel supports local businesses and the economy.

Whether you are planning a backyard barbecue with friends and family or heading out to watch a spectacular fireworks show, dressing in American-made promo apparel is a wonderful way to show your support for the red, white, and blue. So why not celebrate this Independence Day in style, while also celebrating the great nation we call home?

The demand for products made in the USA has grown in popularity over the past few years because of the supply chain problems, embargoes with China and other issues. Although USA-made apparel is less plentiful and often comes at a higher price point than imported garments, interest is growing for reasons that range from wanting to support American manufacturing to sustainability concerns. Sustainability comes into the picture because of the elimination of the long trips across the ocean, reducing the carbon footprint of manufacturing.

American-made goods offer a higher perceived value, too. Consumer surveys show 9 of 10 consumers have a favorable view of products made in the USA and say they could feel good about wearing clothes made with U.S.-grown cotton.

 

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