Friday, January 21, 2011

Taking it to the streets


  1. Update: This video is from yesterday and I am only focusing on American made products for Product X now. Funny how quickly things can change!
    Thanks for watching!

  2. In this day and age that is not an easy thing. My understanding (which is incredibly limited)is that price-wise American made can't touch China. Quality now thats another thing entirely; however trinkity, novelty type products, trends if you will quality usually isn't a huge concern. I mean plastic is plastic made here or there right. So I guess what I am trying to say is . . . .you are obviously considering a hit to the wallet to keep it American made and I think that shows integrity. It would be easier and cheaper to go the other way - I would think. But like I said - limited knowledge. Here I go speaking about something I know nothing about - you'd think that would stop me, but Nooo it doesn't. lol

  3. Very good points Mary and something I have really had to think about. Example, one item that I need is .63 cents made in the USA whereas in China, that exact piece is .15 cents.
    Tough call.