I believe there are a great number of people like myself that would prefer to buy USA made products, if we could only find them. They are becoming a vanishing item in the marketplace.
I'm finding most of the products being forced on us, and I do mean "forced" on us, do not hold up. My husband and I remember December 7th 1941(the attack on Pearl Harbor), the Korean Police Action (WAR), the Vietnam War, and September 11, 2001.
We see a lot of Americans buying foreign cars. They do not realize that their money is going overseas to help other countries, not ours. Well, you might say my husband and I are big Flag Wavers; you could also say we love America, and indeed we do. When I decided to start a new business, I thought maybe I could combine two things together; the love of my country and to increase my income.
Let's be Americans. Stop sending our money to China, Japan, Korea, etc. Lets Join together, buy American made products. We know it's almost impossible not to buy some foreign made products at this time, but let's see if we can make it a lot less. I want to see our country get back to being the front runner, not way down at the end of the line.
I know it's a big job for one person to take on. It only took one person to take the Pledge to our Flag of the United States of America out of our schools.
I am looking for any company or individual who is manufacturing a product as small as a toothpick, or as large as an aircraft carrier. As long as it is made in the USA. Why not get the USA back on top with quality made products.
I intend to give you the very best advertising you could possibly get. I will be asking you to sign with us for either on a month to month basis or if you sign for 12 months you can recieve a 15% discount.
Stick with me, if you have a small business, and I'll help you make it big. If you have a big business, I'll help you make it bigger. Lets make this grow together.
My husband is a disabled veteran, and I have his full support.
Ruth Chenoweth, President
As President John F Kennedy said:
"Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country"