From top to bottom


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Before I began my research for my upcoming book, Simply American, Putting Our Extended American Family Back to Work, I knew very little about manufacturing.  Two years later I know a bit, but am always on the look out for articles that add to my knowledge of the challenges that U.S. manufacturers face.  I came across one last year, but forgot about it until a few days ago.  But I thought you might like to read about it.  The intrepid Sarah Mazzone of Made in the USA Challenge invited Nick Ventura of Youth Movement, a firm making apparel in LA, to discuss the vertical manufacturing process Youth movement Youth Movement utilizes to make their products.  I hope you find the article interesting.  But if you are not interested in learning about the vertical manufacturing process, you can look at these cute pictures of American animals.

baby bison

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baby tapir

Ok, I admit it.  The baby tapir is South American.  But still very cute.

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About tapirking

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make.
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