November 14, 2022
Release of Made in USA Holiday Gift Guide,
New Poll: Consumer Views/Access to American-Made Goods
State-by-State Product List Can Localize Story
Spokespeople Available for News Interviews and Talk Shows
Contact for Embargoed Poll Data
November 17, 2022 – 10 a.m. (ET)
100 Maryland Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
The 2022 Made in America Holiday Gift Guide and a new poll of consumer attitudes for buying American-made products will be released by the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM).
At a time of concerns about the U.S. economy and global supply chains, the gift guide provides ideas on products made in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico to help consumers find American-made gifts. AAM will also explain what to look for to best identify where products are made.
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) will discuss her efforts to boost domestic manufacturing, support American workers, and ensure that all goods sold online list their country of origin to allow American consumers to make informed decisions, and help promote goods that are made in America.
New poll findings from Morning Consult will show that:
- Consumers favor buying American-made gifts and everyday products.
- Shoppers have a difficult time finding gifts and other merchandise Made in the USA.
- Consumers strongly favor requiring online retailers to display country-of-origin information.
- Alliance for American Manufacturing President Scott Paul
- U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (Wis.)
- Roxanne Brown, International Vice President at Large, United Steelworkers (USW)
AAM does not endorse any product. The Made in America Holiday Gift Guide is intended to educate consumers on how to look for and buy American-made products. AAM highlights companies that support American jobs and that make great products in the United States. We rely on the companies listed to provide accurate information regarding their domestic operations and their products. Each company featured is individually responsible for labeling and advertising their products according to applicable standards, such as the Federal Trade Commission’s “Made in USA” standard or California’s “Made in USA” labeling law. We do not review individual products for compliance or claim that because a company is listed in the guide that their products comply with specific labeling or advertising standards.