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Sensual Surprises places more emphasis on US-made apparels
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Oct '12
With the trend for customers to seek out and purchase more domestically made goods, Sensual Surprises Apparel is placing more emphasis on items made in the USA. The sexy apparel retailer is looking for small to medium sized artists, seamstresses and manufacturers that assemble their goods in the United States.

"Gone are the days of boutique stores, they have been replaced by multi-national corporate and department stores that buy large quantities of identical goods. Creativity and individual style have been replaced by mass production overseas", said Laura Almasan, President of Sensual Surprises Apparel.

Artists and manufacturers that make jewelry, shoes, jeweled sandals, evening bags, sexy dresses, beachwear, exotic dancewear, lingerie and costumes are invited to send photos and details of their product lines to be included in the 2013 spring and winter season's collections. Artists and manufacturers are welcome take a look at the website to see if they think their products are a good fit.

According to Todd Lipscomb, founder of www.MadeinUSAForever.com, there are ten reasons why more consumers should shift to Made in USA products. To sum it up, dollars spent on American-made products stay in America and that helps all of us.

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