Meco Sends Congratulations to Companies featured in Made In America Product Showcase at the White House


On Monday, President Donald J. Trump hosted companies from across the country at the White House for the Made in America Product Showcase. In order to celebrate and highlight each state’s effort and commitment to American-made goods, businesses from each of the 50 states displayed their products made and produced in the United States.

Leaders from each company showcased their unique businesses on the South Lawn and on the State Floor of the White House. Products ranged from sandwiches, to wool blankets, to firetrucks; each business connected by the common thread of American excellence. The President visited and conversed with members from each company, assuring that the interests of the workers in the United States would not be pushed aside for global projects. Under the leadership of President Trump, the American worker will be championed.

Since his Inauguration, President Trump has been fighting on behalf of American workers and families. He signed the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order that targets the abusive use of waivers and exception to undermine “Buy American” laws that promote the allocation of taxpayer funds to American companies. The order also takes steps to stop the abuse of the immigration system and protect American workers.

After visiting each display, President Trump addressed workers and business leaders attending the day’s event in the East Room of the White House. He recognized the vital contributions of American workers and job creators to our Nation’s prosperity. The President also voiced his appreciation and attributed much of America’s success to the determination and ingenuity of its entrepreneurs, workers, and farmers, who drive our economy and support our military strength.

“We want to build, create, and grow more products in our country using American labor, American goods, and American grit. When we purchase products made in the USA, the profits stay here, the revenue stays here, and the jobs — maybe most importantly of all — they stay right here in the USA,” President Trump said.

The President then signed a proclamation, declaring July 17 “Made in America Day” and July 16 through July 22, as “Made in America Week,” calling upon Americans to pay a special tribute to all those who work every day to make America great.

“We will celebrate craftsmen, producers, and innovators like the incredible men and women in this room today. We will protect our workers, promote our industry, and be proud of our history because we will put America first.”

The White House is highlighting and celebrating each state’s effort and commitment to American made products by bringing in and showing off products from all 50 states that are made and produced in the United States. Attendees include:

AlabamaAltecBucket trucks
AlaskaAlaska Bowl CompanyBowls
ArizonaPING GolfGolf clubs
ArkansasHytrolConveyer belt
CaliforniaThe California Wine InstituteWine
ColoradoGordon SignsNeon signs
DelawareILC Dover LPNASA space suit
GeorgiaChick Fil AFood
HawaiiKoloa Rum Co.Rum
IdahoBoise Cascade CompanyEngineered wood floors
IllinoisCaterpillarHeavy equipment manufacturer
IndianaBroomcorn JohnnysBrooms
IowaRMA ArmamentBody armor, dummies
KansasGrasshopper CompanyLawnmower
KentuckyCampbellsville Apparel CompanyApparel
LouisianaMarucci SportsBaseball bats
MaineHinckley YachtsYacht
MarylandEddie Heath’s Crab PotsCrab pot manufacturer
MassachusettsSt. Pierre Manufacturing CorporationHorseshoes
MichiganMilton ManufacturingFabric
MinnesotaFaribault Woolen MillWool blankets
MississippiTaylor Machine WorksForklift
MissouriBeehler CorporationDoor hinges
MontanaSimms FishingFishing gear
NebraskaGreater Omaha PackingBeef
NevadaKimmie CandyCandy
New HampshireCider Belly DoughnutsDoughnut company
New JerseyCampbells SoupSoup
New MexicoDesert PlasticsPlastic Manufacturer
New YorkSteinwayPiano
North CarolinaCheerwineSoda
North DakotaDakota Outerwear Co.Military outerwear manufacturer
OhioBully ToolsShovels, rakes, hoes etc.
OregonLeupold and StevensSights and scopes
PennsylvaniaAmesWheel barrows
Rhode IslandNarragansett Brewing CompanyBeer
South CarolinaCasual Cushion CompanyCushions
South DakotaK Bar J LeatherShotgun chaps
TennesseeGibson GuitarsGuitars
TexasStetson HatsCowboy hats
UtahColonial Flag CompanyFlags
VermontDubie Family MapleMaple syrup
VirginiaNational Capital Flag CompanyFlags
WashingtonLiberty BottleworksWater bottles
West VirginiaHomer Laughlin China CompanyIconic fiesta line of china
WisconsinPierce ManufacturingTwo firetrucks
WyomingAviat AircraftModel aircraft

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