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Made in the USA?

Are your products or supplies made in the U.S.A.? Does it matter to you? Does it matter to your customers?  I’ve been noticing that vendors are advertising their items as “Made in the U.S.A.”, or “Made here in Indiana”.   While I’ll almost always choose an item that’s been made here rather than in another country, I’ve been wondering if it matters to anyone else. 
What do you think? Do you advertise your products’ origin?
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    Jennifer says:

    It matters to me that I can buy American goods here in UK.
    My favorite retailer in my area, Franklyn of Colchester Essex has stopped stocking Amazing designs. I appreciate they can’t compete with the internet and am grateful for their honesty and advice.
    I am a person who likes to be able to see an item before I buy, for all the obvious reasons of quality, value etc.

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