About Me

Hello! My goal is to create a convenient way to find American made goods of all sorts. I host a new giveaway nearly every week, and I add new links every day! *I do not get paid for any of this. I just want to show Americans how easy (and important) it is to support companies who are manufacturing high quality goods right here in the USA and hiring American workers! Buy American!

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Thirstystone Coasters - Made in USA!

"The quality of Thirstystone products speaks for itself. Leaders in the natural gift industry for over 25 years, we offer a style of coaster for every customer. Thirstystone Coasters, Trivets, and Impressions Coasters are made in the USA from 100% natural solid sandstone with the highest quality craftsmanship."

These coasters are great! You can get them customized in whatever style you want.

Or patriotic and armed forces:
A variety of coasters are offered. Check out the website: http://www.thirstystone.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc


Happy Momma said...

Thank you so much for stopping by, I will be frequenting your site, as I feel that we should buy homegrown...or at the very least not from China. I am a proud supporter of our military and we try hard to teach our children what it is about.

VAIL said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Love the idea for your blog, best of luck! One item we bought this year, knowing we wanted it made in the USA is a Wilmington Grill. We were soooo tired of the sub-standard gas grills all looking the same, imported from China. The stainless steel was not top grade and the grills just fell apart over the course of a few years. The Wilmington Grill is made in Wilmington, NC - we have really enjoyed it this summer. Cooks perfectly and has a great warranty. We bought it from a propane dealer we know in SC, Palmetto Propane. Their website is www.wilmingtongrill.com.

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