Happy Monday! I want to start this week by taking a moment just to say hello to the readers and fans of USA Love List. Some of you have been with us since we launched in November of 2011. Others may have just joined us this week when you heard about our biggest giveaway ever with Blendtec. What we all have in common is an interest in finding, sharing, and buying the very best products made in America today.
I can't tell you how much I enjoy hearing from you about how excited you were to find USA Love List or how you have started reading labels more since following us on Facebook or how your six year old realized his favorite toy was made in China and said, “That ticks me off!” (Hahaha… true story!)
All of us involved in USA Love List came together to take action in our own small ways to make a difference, to support the companies working to keep their manufacturing at home, to make it easier for Americans to support their cities and towns by buying American. This is a group effort and if buying American is important to you, here are some big and small ways to get involved.
Send us a note
Comment on our articles, use our contact form, let us know what you like, what you don't like and what you want to see more of. Share your favorite made in USA brands. Ask us for help finding a particular American made item. Tell us why you read USA Love List. We really see every comment and contact, and we really want to hear from you. Leave a comment or contact us anytime.
“Like” USA Love List on Facebook
As I write this, we are coming up on a major milestone in our number of Facebook likes. We're not gonna lie… it's driving us a little crazy. If you have not already “liked” us on facebook, now would be a great time to do so, and maybe suggest it to your aunt and your college roommate too! We are very careful to only post high-quality content and links so liking our page will put our posts, giveaways, and breaking news right where you can easily share them to help us spread the word about how many amazing U.S. made products there really are out there. “Like” USA Love List on Facebook.
Follow USA Love List on Twitter and Pinterest
If you are on Twitter and Pinterest, take a moment to check on whether we are connected there. In both places, we share news from USA Love List but also from the wider “Made in USA” movement. On Twitter, you can usually find us chatting with the brands we love and retailers who carry them. On Pinterest, we have beautifully curated boards of the most stylish products made in America, organized for every whim and occasion. When we find something we love, made in the USA, Twitter and Pinterest are the places we'll post about it first. Follow USA Love List on Twitter. Follow USA Love List on Pinterest.
Subscribe to the USA Love List YouTube Channel
In the coming months, you are going to see a lot more activity on our YouTube channel so the time to subscribe is now. We recently posted the first in a regular series of video reviews from Kevin Gordon covering the American-made autos. Alexis McDowell shared a tip I'll bet you never considered using one of her favorite American-made beauty products. We also have some of our favorite American factory tours and even feel-good commercials celebrating American manufacturing. More is planned and we are always open your suggestions on videos to feature. Subscribe to the USA Love List YouTube Channel.
Sign Up for Our Email Updates
If you don't stop by the USA Love List website regularly but you want to stay up on all of the news and tips on buying American, be sure that you have signed up for our email updates. We have only recently begun sending out a weekly update delivering short summaries of our articles directly to your inbox. Believe me, we all really hate spam and sales pitches so we are VERY careful about what we send. We write so many wide-ranging articles on USA Love list that our weekly rundown may be a bit long, but we will never clog your in-box. We don't want you to miss a thing. Sign up for emailed updates from USA Love List.
These are five quick and easy ways for you to make sure you stay in touch with us. If you are already connected to us in all of these ways but want more, if you are a blogger wanting access to info and opportunities to use your platform in support of American-made, or if you are part of an American-made brand wanting to know more ways to connect with our readers, come back tomorrow afternoon for five more ways to get involved at USA Love List.
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I follow you EVERYWHERE! I’m always trying to make sure that what I buy is “green” and USA-made as much as possible (although I have to admit, sometimes these are exclusive which rots). I’d love to see some product category postings from you on stuff that is green AND US-made!
We are so happy to see you on our site every day. We see every comment and we are energized by your enthusiasm. Check out Tracey Hanson’s posts, usually on Tuesdays. She puts an eco-friendly spin on most of her posts. Of course, we think that Made in USA is green by definition due to lower carbon footprint, fair wages, safe working conditions, etc. And many of the companies who care enough to keep their manufacturing here also care enough to keep their products green.
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Thanks, Kasey! We’re glad you found us too. We’ve got a lot of great stuff coming up as we head into summer so stick with us.