The Holiday season is upon us once more, and it’s time to make our gift giving count. Let’s make this year a Made in America Holiday! Buying American made helps promote the work of local craftsmen, supports small business owners, and secures the future of manufacturing in America. Choosing gifts made in USA strengthens our communities, our economy, our environment, and our world. Show your friends and family that extra thought and care went into their gift by selecting a made in USA Holiday present.
Ready to take the challenge to buy Holiday gifts made in USA this year? The American Made Holiday Gift Guide is a compilation of carefully curated made in USA gift ideas that you can give with pride. Thanks for your interest in buying American made and your support of Made in USA Challenge. Happy Holidays!
Click an icon to jump to your category of interest or scroll below to view the complete guide! Click a listing to learn more and purchase a gift at each company’s website. Check back each week for a new giveaway and don’t forget to pledge to take the Made in America Holiday Challenge for extra entries.
More about the Made in America Holiday Challenge
The average American spends over $700 annually on holiday shopping. If just 10% ($70) of this was spent on gifts made in USA, the economic impact would equate to the creation of over 200,000 American jobs [source]. So I challenge you to spend 10% of your Holiday budget on American made gifts. Take the pledge by leaving a comment below. The Holiday Guide will make the challenge easy and fun. Check back every week for a new giveaway of a made in USA holiday gift from some of the best American made companies. I hope you will join me in making this holiday season made in America!
About the Made in USA Challenge
Made in USA Challenge is a resource for the conscious consumer to find made in USA goods that are safe, ethically made, eco-friendly and awesome. The site is a resource for concerned consumers looking for the best products made in America, as well a venue for a dialogue on issues concerning consumerism and the role of buying American made.