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Lodge Manufacturing Company

November 1st, 2011
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From  Lodge Cast Iron:


 

Founded by Joseph Lodge in 1896.  Lodge is the oldest family-owned cookware foundry in America.

Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee (population 3,300). Yet out of this tiny community comes the finest cast iron cookware in the world. Lodge Cast Iron began making cookware during the first presidential term of William McKinley. Amazingly, some of the first cast iron skillets,griddles and dutch ovens made over 100 years ago are still being put to good use.

Read more about this great American company here:

K’NEX – Made in Hatfield, Pennsylvania

September 15th, 2011
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From the K’NEX website:

K’NEX is the next generation of construction sets. It inspires creativity,
builds self-confidence and encourages interaction among children and parents.
The possibilities are endless!

K’NEX Brands, L.P. is a privately held
company, with the headquarters and manufacturing facility located in Hatfield,
Pennsylvania. Today, K’NEX is the most innovative and fastest growing
construction toy company. Internationally, K’NEX products are distributed in
over 30 countries. K’NEX Brands is also proud to distribute BRIO trains and
toys, as well as Lincoln Logs in the North America.

read more at K’NEX

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Tased in America

September 14th, 2011
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Another great product made in America. Taser International has been helping to keep Americans safe for 18 years with their superior tasing technology.

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Confederate Motors

September 3rd, 2011
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Do you like motorcycles?  Yeah?  Do you like badass motorcycles?  Oh, yes.  Yes you do.

Then look no further than Confederate Motors, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama (oh sweet home).  A Confederate isn’t just a motorcycle — it’s an implement of battle, designed to assault the very ground it treads.  These bikes are made of aircraft-grade billet-aluminum and carbon-fiber chassis components, massive Brembo brakes, jackhammer-like 120 cubic-inch v-twin engines, and truck-like 240 mm rear meats.  They have names like “Hellcat,” “Fighter,” and “Wraith.”  And they are tough – so tough, in fact, that head designer Ed Jacobs says you’ll have it “forever”:

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