Want to help create jobs for your friends and family?
It’s simple. All you have to do is buy Made in America products.
The Weyauwega-Fremont High School American History class has been following ABC News’ Made in America Movement.
By buying Made in America Products just in your own community you have the potential to create jobs throughout the U.S.
Members of the class compared prices of products Made in America versus products that were made in China or Canada at our local K-Mart store.
In many cases, we found that the American products were actually priced lower than those from other countries.
At K-Mart on Fulton Street, the students found laundry detergent was $1 cheaper, select toothbrushes were $1 cheaper, deodorant was $3 cheaper and certain diapers were $5 cheaper.
Take the time to read the product labels and find out for yourself.
Lots of Made in America products are good deals.
Not only do you have the opportunity to save money for yourself, but you could be helping to put Americans back to work. Let’s help our American community.
Amy Bastar, Justine Arndt and Hannah Fabry are students at Weyauwega-Fremont High School who wrote this as part of a class assignment.