From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
& American Workers Radio, 11 A.M. Wednesdays
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, October 21, 2017

The American Made Label Represents OUR Future!

For several years, American Workers Radio has been working to unite people to promote expanding manufacturing in America and highlight the workers proudly producing the items that represent the Made in America label.  Why are American made labels important? Because labels let us know the following at a glance:

A label lets the customers know that many Americans were involved in producing, distributing, selling and servicing the items, not only selling them at stores or on the Internet.
A label is a symbol of pride for the company and the workers making the products. 
A label tells us that industries in America are in competition with foreign products and we know that by supporting the American Made Label we are helping to maintain and expand jobs in the United States of America.

After years of seeing so many industries and jobs relocate outside of America, we see how important it is to re-establish EVERY level of America’s manufacturing base in accordance with modern manufacturing standards, and permit American industries to compete with manufacturers from around the world.  If only 50% of the products sold at stores and on the Internet right now were made in America, our nation’s economy would thrive and more Americans would have job opportunities.

American made labels let us know that employment opportunities like management, manufacturing the products, sales, accounting, advertising, research and development, shipping, and many more jobs needed to get the product to market, are all allowing American workers to earn a living, and in the process, add to a strong business base here in the United States of America.

As you go out shopping, look for, ask for and spend as many of your dollars as possible to support the businesses making products and providing services which employ American workers in the United States of America.

This is Michael Blichasz.  Every Wednesday from 11 A.M. to 12 noon, tune in to American Workers Radio on 860 AM serving Philadelphia and the Tri-State area. You can also listen live or to rebroadcasts from anywhere in the world from the easy access links located on the front page of: