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, September 11, 2011


The winner of the beautiful Simply Fine Lenox Bowl is . . .

. . . kygirl!! Congrats to you!!!!

Thank you to everyone who entered! A big thank you to Lenox for their generosity and commitment to American manufacturing!

Friday, September 2, 2011

Lenox Fine China - Giveaway!!!!

Just in time for Labor Day . . . I've got an exciting Simply Fine Lenox china giveaway!

Lenox fine china is manufactured in Kinston, NC --it’s the only fine bone china factory in the U.S.

Not only is Simply Fine Lenox® china made in the USA, but it's also guaranteed not to chip with regular use. The china can be used in the microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safely.

Lenox has generously agreed to allow one of you the opportunity to own this beautiful Simply Fine Lenox® Flourish All Purpose Bowl (retail value, $42):In order to enter:
- Go visit Lenox and pick a favorite product.
- Come back here to leave a comment listing that favorite.
- One entry per person; Winner drawn Saturday, September 10

Wednesday, August 31, 2011


The winner of the Invisible Glass giveaway is . . . .

Kathy Pease . . . . congrats to you!!!

Thanks to everyone who participated. A special thanks to Invisible Glass for manufacturing excellent cleaning products here in the USA!!

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Invisible Glass - Giveaway!

I'm excited to tell you all about a wonderful glass and window cleaner called Invisible Glass. After using their products on my car windows, I am happy to recommend this American-made product!

Stoner Incorporated is a manufacturer of cleaners, lubricants, and coatings. Located in Pennsylvania for over 60 years, Stoner Inc. was founded by Paul Stoner, an orphan who put himself through college to earn a chemistry degree.

I found the products to be of high quality and convenience. The wipes are perfectly convenient, and they helped to keep my car windows looking spotless this summer.

Invisible Glass is offering one of you the chance to try their products for free!

In order to enter:
- Go visit Invisible Glass and pick a favorite product.
- Come back here to leave a comment listing that favorite product.
- One entry per person; Winner drawn August 27th

Thursday, June 9, 2011

We're Back in Business!

New American-made giveaways coming soon!!!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Christmas Forest - Giveaway!!!

Just in time for Christmas . . . . allow me to introduce you to Christmas Forest!!!

Since 1976, the fresh wreaths of Christmas Forest have decorated thousands of doors around the world. Their exquisite wreaths and swags are handcrafted in the foothills of the majestic Cascade Mountains.

They gather the finest aromatic greens and berries from the forests of the Pacific Northwest to create classic adornments to the wreaths.

Christmas Forest is generously offering one of you the chance to decorate your home with their Stars and Stripes Wreath. I had one last year, and it smelled absolutely wonderful and looked beautiful!

In order to enter:
-Go visit Christmas Forest and pick a favorite product.
-Come back here to leave a comment listing that favorite.
-One entry per person; Must have U.S. shipping address.
-Winner drawn Saturday, December 5.

*If you can't handle fresh, and you're looking for an American made artificial Christmas tree look no further!!! Christmas in America

Thursday, November 25, 2010


The winner of the BizCard giveaway is . . .

Chisum Crew . . . congrats to you!!!!!!

Thanks to all who entered - and a special thanks to
BizCard for keeping it American made!

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit . . .

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit . . .
"Posterity - you will never know how much it cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it." John Quincy Adams