Friday, July 30, 2010

Made in America

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



I feel completely honored to have been given the opportunity to check out Rambler's Way and tell you about it.
Living in Virginia, I have seen many small towns where the downtown area has become distressed. Quaint mom & pop shops and department stores used to anchor the business districts of downtown areas, yet sadly over the past few decades businesses left the downtown's and headed to the strip malls of the suburbs. Companies are outsourcing for cheaper labor leaving once robust factories to close down. Entire communities have suffered, leaving the fabric of America shattered.
Ramblers Way Farm is changing the way American business is done. The Company sources, grows, and produces their fine woolen apparel using 100% domestic resources. They have brought manufacturing facilities into distressed small towns and are helping to revitalize the communities.

Something I have a passion for is historical preservation. The area I live in is really good about this and it makes my town a nice place to be. This is another huge thing that Rambler's Way has done... the Ramblers Way Corporate Office is a fully refurbished building that was originally built in 1792 and is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine. The building has been restored to its original condition, while being modernized to meet today's environmental standards. They have even achieved the coveted Gold Lead Certification level!


And Li'l Priss says....

This is what "Made in America" means to me.

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