We have lost more than six million manufacturing jobs in this country over the last three decades.
But together, we can bring those jobs back home.
And we don’t have to rely on anyone but ourselves to do it.
My name is John Briggs and I am concerned about our country. Last year I published a book titled Simply American, which is a call to arms to all Americans urging them to buy more products made by members of our extended American family. The purpose of this blog is to introduce you to great American firms whose American workers are making great products we need and use everyday. Brooms made by Libman’s workers in Arcola, Illinois. Socks made by Wigwam workers in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. And blouses made by Karen Kane workers in Vernon, California. Together, we can put people in this country back to work in manufacturing. And all we have to do is make our default choice when shopping American made goods.