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!

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Stuffington Bear - Giveaway!

Stuffington Bear Factory is one of the few remaining stuffed animal factories in the United States. They have been in business since 1959. They offer over 150 different types of animals that are manufactured right in their factory in Phoenix, Arizona. Choose from bears & bunnies to camels & coyotes and much more! Also, they have many special outfits to dress up your new friend. Their clothes and accessories will help you personalize your stuffed animal.

All of Stuffington's stuffed animals come with two colorful ribbons and a birth certificate. They also offer fun, interactive and educational field trips to their factory in Phoenix. They host birthday parties where you can use colorful kid-friendly equipment to stuff, comb, bathe, and dress up your very own teddy bear; as well as discover interesting facts about teddy bears at a real, working factory!

Stuffington Bear Factory is very generously giving you a chance to own a new friend: Pudding Bear!!
In order to enter:
- Go visit Stuffington Bear Factory and find your favorite product
- Come back here and leave a comment listing that favorite product
- Make sure you only enter once, and that I have a way to contact you if you win!
- One winner will be drawn on Saturday, January 24
- Must have a U.S. shipping address to enter

***On an unrelated note, those of you who are small business owners or you make and sell your own products, you will want to check out this post and then contact your senator and representative. ***

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