Made in America blogs

I am new to the blogging community and am still finding my way around.  I suppose my blog is best described as a “Made in America” blog.  I hope to connect with other people who are concerned with the dramatic decline in the number of manufacturing jobs in this country over the last thirty years, and especially over the last dozen years.  One great blog I have found on this subject is  I encourage you to visit this blog.  If anyone else is blogging on this subject, please leave a comment so I can visit your blog and get connected with you.  Even if you are not blogging on this issue, leave a comment to let me know what issues related to “made in America” you would like me to explore in the coming months.

About Simply American LLC

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make. I have just published a book, Simply American, encouraging Americans to purchase American made products; the book can be ordered at
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6 Responses to Made in America blogs

  1. What a great blog. We are an on-line retailer featuring men’s clothing tailored by Hardwick Clothes, a 130 year old manufacturer still making all it’s garments in Tennessee. Visit us at

    Let’s put America back to work!

    Best of luck!

  2. says:

    hi all I read your blog and I think you’re blog will be one of the bests if you keep up the good work!

  3. madeinusafan says:

    Hi, I read a few of your posts and really enjoyed them! My blog focuses on Made in USA clothing and my own pledge to buy and wear American made clothing year long. Check it out on

    • tapirking says:

      Thanks for the kind words. I will check out your blog. You might want to get in touch with a few other people who are also focussed on Made in the USA clothing. One is Liz Havlin in Seattle where I live; her organization is Another fellow blogging on your subject is clothingmadeinusablog. Anyway, thanks for visiting. All the best, John

  4. madeinusafan says:

    John, thank you for these leads. I will check in with them. In the meantime, keep doing the great work you do!!:)

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