There is an opportunity for manufacturers to meet buyers at the Made in America tradeshow October 1-3, 2021 in Louisville, KY.
Dates: October 1, 2021-October 3, 2021
Location: Kentucky International Convention Center (Louisville, Kentucky)
Registration: Attend | Exhibit
Media Attendance: Request a booth, passes or interviews
Louisville, Kentucky – Product manufacturers, buyers, and consumers are invited to exhibit and/or attend the nation’s only trade show devoted to showcasing American-made products. At the Made in America conference, manufacturers can show their products off to purchasing agents, corporate buyers, retail consumers, and the media as they network with one another. They will be able to take orders and sell products at the showcase. Some brands, including Red Gold Ketchup and Wellborn Cabinets, will be showcasing products and looking for new suppliers. The deadline to register to exhibit is August 15th.
MadeInAmerica.com is hosting the event. “Our goal every day is to inspire people to innovate, build and buy American-Made,” said CEO Don Buckner. “American-Made products are the backbone of America’s economy. As Americans, we should take great pride in our ability to deliver exceptional products.”
Interest in Buying American is Surging
The federal government announced in January that its buyers should focus on spending American taxpayer dollars on American-made goods noting that this will help create well-paid jobs and boost the economy. Additionally, major companies are realizing how important it is to support American manufacturers. Walmart announced this year that it is strengthening its commitments to sourcing American-made products. Walmart pledged to invest $350 billion in products that support U.S. jobs by 2030.
Research from Consumer Reports shows eight in ten American consumers would rather buy an American-made product than an imported one. That’s good news for people who work in manufacturing. For every one person employed in manufacturing, there are another five employees hired elsewhere in the community. The cycle ripples through local economies, state economies and the national economy as manufacturing leads to job creation in other sectors, such as transportation and business services. According to the National Association of Manufacturing, every dollar spent in manufacturing adds $2.74 to the economy.
Event sponsorship and program advertising opportunities are available. Anyone interested in upgrading their event exposure by sponsoring the Made in America conference should call 888-299-7260.
MadeinAmerica.com creates a doorway between US manufacturers and the world by showcasing and highlighting American-made products. The organization hosts the annual Made in America Conference. Learn more at MadeInAmerica.com.
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