#WeAreAmericanMade Contest Recap: Part 1

As many of you know, in June we ended our first ever promotional contest. Having been in business for over 20 years we know there is an endless amount of incredible people and businesses out there who are just like us, doing what they love to do, which is making things! In addition, we also know that many of those people and businesses also believe what we believe, which is keeping what they make, made in America.

Despite the debate that whether remaining “American Made” really matters anymore in a global economy, there is one thing that is for certain when it comes to being made in America. American made products continue to be the highest quality products in the world. Whether big or small, cutting edge or original, we all put our best in the work we do with every piece, part, and product made and service delivered.

As a result, we wanted to take this 2-part blog series to briefly recognize those, who in effort to grow their business, participated in our first contest despite winning the grand prize.

Blake Jones Designs

Primary Location: Texas

Years in Business: 30+ Years

What They Do: Make and design canvas and leather products

Products/Services: Hunting Accessories, Luggage, Office Accessories, Bags

 

Globe Composite Solutions

Primary Location: Massachusetts

Years in Business: 100+ Years

What They Do: Design and tooling

Products/Services: Make custom non-metallic composite components, cast and molded products, fabrication, prototype products, extrusions and roll coverings

 

Palomar Technologies

Primary Location: California

Years in Business: 19 Years

What They Do: Provide packaging and assembly solutions

Products/Services: Die and wire bonders, semi-automated and manual bonders, bond testing equipment, plasma cleaners, laser interferometers, and refurbished systems

 

Partridge Knives

Primary Location: Florida

Years in Business: 7 Years

What They Do: Make custom designed knives

Products/Services: Mammoth Tooth, Exotic Woods, Sheeps/Rams Horn, Buffalo Horn, Giraffe Bone, The Purple Heart Knife, The Hog Series, and more

 

Hydrogen House Project

Primary Location: New Jersey

Years in Business: 3 Years

What They Do: Educate and conduct research & development projects on clean energy, renewable energy technologies

Products/Services: Solar panels, Home Appliances, Education Kits, Electrolyzers, and Fuel Cells

 

Steam Horse Dry Goods

Primary Location: Tennessee

Years in Business: 100+ Years

What They Do: Make Textiles and Apparel

Products/Services: Shirts, Pants, Work Vests, Jackets, Boots, and more

Though we could go into great detail on each of these, it goes without a doubt that each of these businesses are truly unique and special in their own way. Just the wide variety in industry and specialty alone goes to show the depth of American industry and the precision with which each good and service is produced.

We encourage you to check out all of the businesses listed above and take the time to share this with others. Last but not least, we want to again thank all of those who participated in our contest and we look forward to running more in the near future!

Look for Part 2 of this blog series in a couple of weeks to see more American Made businesses!

 

Keep Innovating,

David Rehm | CEO
American Rotary