American Made Month

During the entire month of November, American Workers Radio will expand its efforts to promote America’s businesses, the industries manufacturing and assembling products in the U.S.A., and the jobs that employ Americans and add to a vibrant economy. This is a national event and everyone is asked to participate.

American Made Month will highlight American workers in all professions and focus on ways for America’s consumers to circulate more of their money in America’s economy by supporting products and services provided by American workers.

During November, 2023,
American Made Month will promote efforts to expand jobs for Americans and UNITE local, state and national businesses that manufacture, assemble, promote, distribute and sell American made items.

Brief Schedule:
Friday, November 3rd, Saturday, November 4th and Sunday, November 5th, go out of your way to support National Small Business Weekend, which is held the first full weekend of every month.
November 7th is National Election Day, an opportunity to vote for political leaders who support efforts to expand the American Made campaign and jobs for Americans from the self-employed to individuals employed by major corporations.
Weekend of November 10th, 11th & 12th, promote American Made items, list the places where they are sold with a focus on the items that will make great gifts for the holidays.
November 11th, Veterans Day, a time to honor veterans and promote jobs for America’s veterans and all American workers.
November, 23rd, Thanksgiving Day, a time to give thanks and unite our family, friends and neighbors to support the Buy American Made Campaign and jobs for American workers.
Friday, November 24th, Black Friday, a time to focus on American Made EVERYTHING, so American made businesses benefit.
November 25th, Small Business Saturday, a national event to support America’s small businesses and another opportunity to seek out American made products.
November 29th and 30th, the last days of American Made Month is an opportunity to consider what more can be done to make the balance of the holiday shopping season a success for the businesses manufacturing, assembling, promoting, distributing and selling American Made Products.

Mark your calendar and spread the word so November “American Made Month” will be a great success.

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