What Does Made in the USA Mean to You?

  • Aug 1, 2012

“American Made” Should Mean American Pride

Does Made in the USA mean QUALITY any more?

“Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”

Austin, TX: During the election campaign season there is a great deal of talk on both sides about the need to Re-Build America.

But unless American factories find ways to increase productivity, most of the lost jobs will stay overseas.

Americans need to feel pride in their work again to make “Made in the USA” more meaningful – and not just an election slogan.

What does Made in America mean to you?

What does Made in the USA mean to most Americans?

Higher prices?

Shoddy workmanship?

Unions?

Expensive?

We need to change the image of what it means to be Made in the USA before Americans (and foreign markets) will take notice and help to restore and add new jobs here in this great country.

I was taken aback at this great quote: “Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”

Are we going to focus on the American workforce or is the American workforce going to be instilling a sense of pride, workmanship and values back into our factories?

Let’s hope for the latter.