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Made in the USA. Why we keep it Local.

December 11, 2013

We often get asked why we are so intent on having all of our stuff made here in the USA when it's known to be more expensive. Well, when we started our company a little over a year ago, we had that big decision to make. We were set on helping those in need and knew that we were going to employ those less fortunate. That was a given, but we really hit an hurdle when it came to where our socks should be made. You see it costs quite a bit more to have things made here stateside and we were really worried about how we would keep things going. Ultimately, we went with our first gut feeling and set all in for USA manufacturing. We like to say that we make the right choices and not just the easy ones. Well that was definitely one of those times. 

Stepping back, it just seemed like the right thing to do despite the business implications. We want to bring back domestic manufacturing because it makes a difference in real peoples lives. We have everything made with pride here in the USA and wouldn't do it any other way. Take a look at the difference it makes and who is making our stuff. 

 



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