Some news from the Made in America front over the past few weeks: wool, cars, pottery, microbrews, America's oldest hat maker, how Grand Central is getting in on Made in NY, made-in-USA designer Ernest Alexander opening up a store in NYC, American Apparel's newest newsworthy move, American flags, and more.
Here are a
- From USA Today (02/19/2014): "Company goes to the mat for 'Made In America'" [+video] about WeatherTech and their Super Bowl commercial
- From the Washington Post (02/21/2014): "The Pentagon can now only buy American flags made in the U.S."
- From Grist (02/21/2014): "Microscrewed: Why California’s drought could muck up local beers"
- From Apartment Therapy (02/25/2014): "Team USA: 10 All-American Textile Manufacturers"
- From Elephant Journal (02/26/2014): "Why Does American-Made Clothing Cost More?"
- From Crain's NY (02/26/2014): "Grand Central gets a taste of New York"
- From Apartment Therapy (02/27/2014): "Made in America: Handmade Pottery"
- From Racked NY (03/03/2014): "Ernest Alexander On Building His Soho Store From the Ground Up"
- From Broadway World (03/03/2014): "ALL AMERICAN WHEELS: New Book Explains How to Buy USA Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles "
- From Maker's Row (03/04/2014): "America’s Oldest Hat Maker" about Bollman Hat Company
- From NBC News (03/12/2014): "How One Entrepreneur Is Helping to Revive 'Made in USA' Wool"
- From Fashionista (03/13/2014): "American Apparel’s Creative Director Explains the ‘Made in Bangladesh’ Campaign"
- From Modestics (03/14/2014): "5 Interesting Statistics About American Manufacturing"