|Posted by Skip on December 22, 2011 at 12:40 AM|
The Featured Site of the Week for Made In America (USA) Products is a Government Web site. Yes, the Federal Government does have and does add value to the American way through the SelectUSA website. If you are an American producer, manufacturer, service provider, or just looking for American commercial assistance please visit SelectUSA. This site describes its expansive American Coverage in several subordinate web pages as follow: Home; About SelectUSA; Industry Snapshots; Why SelectUSA; Investment Incentives; Testimonials; and Other Resources.
The Home page has three 2 inch square blocks that takeyou to the Why SelectUSA, Federal Programs and Incentives for Business, and They Chose the USA. The initial view may not sound very deep orhelpful, but get into this site and you discover thousands of categories for industry, with subcategories and organizations supporting those types of products. There is a Map of the United States that you click on your home state to discovery Incentives offered by the State or Territory, with a list of States and Territories under the map.
You could easily spend years using the information that the United States Government is offering you here. The value of this information is obvious when you see the groups of Associations, Councils, Alliances, Distributors, and other groups just associated with the Consumer Goods Industry (one of thirty plus industries).
While Made In America (USA) Products has only begun to scratch the surface of this immensely useful online resource,you may expect future articles to cover some of the more deep and open topics covered on this site. Drilling down into the offerings from this site usually leads you to links that are appropriate for your needs, and will help you, your business, and America. Very widely useful is the Craft and Hobby Association. See what gems you can dig up and post a comment to this article. If you never visit any other American website, you need to see SelectUSA.
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