Happy Late 4th Of July and What’s MADE in USA

So Happy late 4th of July!

If you’re not American and are confused, the 4th of July is our Independence Day where we BBQ, party, drink, enjoy fireworks, and spend time with friends and family enjoying our freedom and other great opportunities we have living in this country.

I thought I would commemorate this event by telling you all a bit about this website I recently found called the Made Collection. Basically, it’s a website that sells only items made in the USA in order to support jobs and the American economy.

I really like the idea a lot and they sell a lot of fun items. Each week is a different collection so it works a bit like Hautelook.com in that new deals are happening each week with various items.

To learn more about how the Made Collection works and what it is, check out the video on it – here! 

To sign up now for free and support jobs in the USA, click – here!

 Disclaimer – I was not paid to write this or mention this on my blog in any way. I just like the idea of supporting the struggling American economy and helping US based businesses in order to stimulate jobs. My opinions and thoughts are my own!


6 thoughts on “Happy Late 4th Of July and What’s MADE in USA

  1. AJ's Mom

    This is definitely a brilliant idea to support the economy. Im not sure if we have something like this here, as we could definitely do something like this. It’s very nice of you to spread the word.

    1. storybookapothecary Post author

      That’s what I thought when I discovered it! I was looking and Made Collection may have something similar for various countries, but I’m really not sure on that. Thank you for that! I just want to do my part! Plus I’m currently lusting over an ice cream scoop from there lol it was on my mind!

      1. AJ's Mom

        They probably have it there but perhaps I am just not fully aware of it. What ice cream are you lusting on? Earlier, I could not resist the ice cream sandwich from B&J’s. I felt so guilty afterwards. LOL

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