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All American Clothing Company gets Made in USA Certification
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Mar '10
Made in USA Certified, Inc. is proud to announce that All American Clothing Company received their Made in USA Certified Seal of Certification having been a valued member company of Made in USA Certified since December of 2009. All American Clothing Company has been manufacturing high quality, comfortable clothing out of Arcanum Ohio since 2003.

All American Clothing Company provides USA Made and USA/union made clothing for individual needs, company/organization, special events or garment fulfillment programs. All American Clothing Company supplies only USA made products selected from America's best manufacturers.

President of All American Clothing Company, Lawson Nickol says, “You aren't just buying a pair of jeans; you are also supporting thousands of American jobs. From the farmer who grows the cotton to the people who built our building and maintain our equipment. It is truly important to continue to support American jobs. Our Made in USA Certification Seal proudly shows that our products meet or exceed the FTC guidelines for the 'made in USA'.”

Made in USA Certified's Chief Operating Officer, Kevin T. DeMatteo stated, “We are so proud to have All American Clothing Company among our growing roster of companies that have gone that extra step to get Made in USA Certified. Supporting our U.S. economy couldn't be any easier — all of the clothing this company carries is made right here in the United States of America. There is no doubt about it, purchasing clothing 'made in the USA' keeps the money, taxes and jobs here in the USA where we all need it; refueling the continued growth of our economy”

Made in USA Certified Inc

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