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Made in America debuts winter clothing & accessories line
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Dec '12
Winter has officially hit the Western New York area and the Made In America Store is fully stocked and ready to help any consumers stricken with snow. With their full lineup of 100% US manufactured products; there is no job that can’t be resolved with a visit to the Made In America Store.

Get 100% US manufactured products from over 300 vendors at one location, the Made In America Store.

To get ready for the colder climates, people need to be dressed for the harsh weather. The Made In America Store brings scarves from Terranova Activewear, a Buffalo based company that manufactures posters, stickers and even drinkware. The scarves come in Black, Navy Blue, Red and Blue and are sized for adults.

Wigwam brings over 40 different varieties of socks to the Made In America Store, some specifically for the colder weather. Some styles like ‘Canada’ and ‘EL-Pine’ are made with a heavyweight material for comfort, warmth and durability. Also, Wigwam brings winter snow hats in a variety of colors and styles. Wigwam is a sock manufacturing company based in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

The Made In America Store brings their self-branded clothing also for the wintery weather. The all American made products store brings Hoodies, Zip-Ups and even Fleece Pull-Overs. Some of the clothing comes in Blue, Black, Fluorescent Green and Neon Orange and can range in size from small to 4XL. Each product comes with or without the Made In America Store logo.

100% US manufactured clothing at the Made In America Store from Wigwam and Terranova Activewear.

The Made In America Store is the only brick and mortar store that sells 100% made in the United States products from over 350 vendors.

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