This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
While this is a paid post, I have to tell you that I am thrilled to write about any business endeavor that promotes the spirit of bringing back Made in America to our communities.
I've seen my own home town of Olympia, Washington, as well as my current home of Port Orchard, Washington, go from thriving and robust downtown areas to abandoned or struggling storefronts that lack the liveliness of the 1940's and 50's. In my childhood days almost everything was "Made in America": radios, cars, candy, clothing, textiles, and even food, just to name a few. We looked for the Underwriter's Lab logo and felt we could count on them to protect us.
At this point, you're asking yourself, "Just what is Rambler's Way, and what are they doing to bring back the Made in America spirit"? Rambler's Way is helping to bring back revenue and revitalize towns that were struggling by introducing manufacturing facilities to process their fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources. That means they find the sources here in the United States, grow it here and make the wool textiles here. This isn't like grandma's old scratchy wool you know. They have come a long way from that to superfine threads that far surpass any artificially created materials.
Kennebunk, Maine is the location for the corporate offices of Rambler's Way. They've completely refurbished to its original condition an old 1792 building in downtown Kennebunk and brought it up to modern standards and codes.
Everyone, this is how we're going to take back our country . One business at a time with the economic help from you, the consumer. I've seen it in other genres too. We just have to make a commitment to go back to basics, and buy American goods and services whenever and wherever they're available.