Americans Prefer To Hire Veterans

Veterans are used to succeeding. They have the ability and confidence to think fast. Veterans are programmed for discipline and organization. Veterans are highly driven, motivated and positive people - they always get the job done. Veterans work as a team, they have incredible skills and core values.Vets solve problems together and never leave a team player behind. In my opinion, Vets protect the integrity of a business and create a solid sense of security in the work place. I believe Veterans are the secret to success. read more... sources: USAToday #USAToday https://www.usatoday.com/story/sponsor-story/allstate-small-business-barometer/2017/10/23/sponsor-storyallstate-small-business-barometer/106927826/
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Home Depot Pledges to HIRE & Train Military Vets

Home Depot is putting their money where their mouth is. The mega-chain is pledging BIG BUCKS to hire and train our nation’s heroes! Home Depot made a significant financial commitment on Thursday that will have a positive impact on the lives of military veterans. The Home Depot Foundation announced its plans to donate $50 million to train 20,000 tradespeople over the next 10 years, starting with military members and veterans... (read more) From Bizpacreview.com source: http://truthfeednews.com/home-depot-pledges-big-bucks-to-hire-train-military-vets/
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Campbell Soup Is Shifting Production to U.S. Factories

Campbell Soup Is Shifting Canadian Production to Its U.S. Factories: Campbell Soup Co. is closing its lone Canadian factory in Toronto and shifting production to three existing facilities in the U.S., a symbolic victory for efforts to bolster domestic manufacturing. The move will result in 380 job cuts in Canada, with factories in North Carolina, Ohio and Texas... Source https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-24/campbell-soup-shifting-canadian-production-to-its-u-s-factories
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MyPillow is hiring hundreds for the new Shakopee factory.

MyPillow is hiring hundreds for the new Shakopee factory. MyPillow sales have created the need for MyPillow to open another factory in Shakopee, MN. This will double the workforce from a year ago to more than 1,100. Thanks to all of you MyPillow lovers and your wonderful testimonials for pushing the sales and expansion of MyPillow! Read more at: www.bizjournals.com/twincities/morning_roundup/2016/06/mypillow-hiring-hundreds-for-new-shakopee-factory Source https://www.mypillow.com/news-media/mypillow-hiring-hundreds-for-new-shakopee-factory/
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Veteran Made / Veteran Owned

Most people prefer to by from Veterans for obvious reasons. If your looking for a "One-Stop-Shop" for Veteran owned businesses and Veteran made products, look no further than the Made USA Directory. Find products Made in the USA by Veterans, and Veteran Owned & Founded companies all in one place. This service is offered free from the MadeUSADirectory.com to all veterans who subscribe to their service. Find Veteran Made and Owned Here: https://madeusadirectory.com/listings/?listing_cat%5B%5D=216&st=listing&lat=&lng=&orderby=title&ls=&location= TheUSADirectory
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Lawmakers Want To Make American Beef COOL Again

American's have long argued that meat eaters have a right to know the origin of their food and that if given the choice, we will choose American-made products over imports. To be able to declare its beef “American,” a producer would be required to prove that its animals are born, raised and slaughtered exclusively in the United States. If beef doesn’t meet that standard, it would be labeled an import. Retailers would have to list each country where those processes occurred on placards fully visible to the public. Read more...https://newfoodeconomy.org/colorado-lawmakers-revive-country-of-origin-labeling-law/ Source https://newfoodeconomy.org/  
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How Is Made In USA Defined?

How Is Made In USA Defined?

According to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), a product is Made In USA, when it is “all or virtually all” made in the United States. “All or virtually all” means that most of the work and parts of the final product must be of U.S. origin. If you want to read the whole guide, please follow this link to the FTC’s website. source https://www.coffeeble.com/coffee-makers-made-in-usa/
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Caterpillar Names Deerfield, IL New Global Headquarters

Caterpillar Names Deerfield, Illinois, as New Global Headquarters Deerfield, Ill. – Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) announced today that its new global headquarters will be located in Deerfield, Illinois, a northern Chicago suburb. The new headquarters building is minutes away from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, is centrally located near major interstates and offers direct access to the Chicago Metra.... Read More https://www.caterpillar.com/en/news/corporate-press-releases/h/caterpillar-names-deerfield-illinois-as-new-global-headquarters.html   https://youtu.be/lFdUuEJb8I0
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10 Companies That Are Veteran-Owned Businesses

Many major companies you interact with on a regular basis are headed by former members of the U.S. military. Here are some companies you know that were founded by veterans: FedEx, founded and led by Frederick Smith, who served four years in the Marine Corps Sports Clips, founded by Gordon Logan and his wife. Logan is an MIT graduate and served in the Air Force Sperry Shoes, founded by Paul A. Sperry who joined the Navy Reserve then invented the world’s first boat shoe RE/MAX, co-founded by Dave Liniger and his wife. Liniger served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War Walmart, founded by the Walton brothers, Sam and Bud, who served in the Army and Navy respectively GoDaddy, founded by Bob Parson who served in Marine Corps in during the Vietnam War Nike, co-founded by Phil Knight who enlisted in the Army, serving one year on active duty and seven in the Army Reserve Universal Health Services, founded by Alan B. Miller who joined ROTC while in colle…
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A Stronger Economy

A Stronger Economy. Buying American-made goods doesn’t just support the workers who make those goods. Its benefits also ripple out through the entire economy. When American factories prosper, they hire American construction firms to expand their buildings.
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