Sponsored Post: Made in America


This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I was younger, I use to ride my bike after school to the local bakery with my friends and buy cookies. When I was sick, my prescriptions were filled at the local pharmacy that was run by the same family for over fifty years. With big box stores and outsourcing, it’s rare to still find a family run business in America.

Ramblers Way is trying to change that and re-start the Made in America trend. By keeping that mom & pop mentality, Ramblers Way is changing the way Americans do business. Tom & Kate Chappel raise sheep on their farm in Maine to produce 100% domestically made wool apparel.

Besides using wool from domestically raised sheep, Rambler Way is also working hard to preserve historical buildings. Their corporate office is an original 1792 building which has been carefully restored to its original condition and then modernized to meet today’s safety standards.

When I first moved to Pennsylvania, I thought it was strange that there was a local farmers’ market. However I now find myself shopping there almost every week. The produce is always fresh and in season. Since I’m buying direct from the grower, I save money by not paying a third party for the produce.

Next time you're at the store, see where your products are made and compare the cost of locally made products vs imported.  You might be surprised.

Visit my sponsor: Made in America


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