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The American Made Movie & Movement begins in Lawrenceville, GA July 5, 2013

Do you support the American/Local economy? Do you support American Made products?

American Made Movie at Coolray Field July 5, 2013

Do you BUY American Made Products? You need to.

“We need to get beyond the thrill of the purchase to the pride of ownership.” – Paco Underhill, Retail Anthropologist

LEARN about the American Made Movement. It affects YOU, your FAMILY, JOBS, and COMMUNITY. 

Everyone needs to realize that they have the power to transform America’s future and to be a part of the solution through thinking before buying and the simple choices they make every day. The tour also seeks to highlight people and organizations already making a difference in their communities.

The American Made Movie kicked off a 30 city tour RIGHT HERE IN GWINNETT at Coolray Field on July 5, 2013.

About the American Made Movie

The film examines the decline of the American manufacturing workforce and illustrates that, through educated consumerism, everyone can be a part of building a better future.

The American Made Movie received a G rated Movie by the Motion Picture Association of America. The film is non-political and about Americans working together and contains no political slant or agenda.

American manufacturing employment has been on the decline for decades, unleashing a devastating effect on our local and national economies. But it’s the stories of communities and the families that comprise them that reveal the harshest costs upon the nation.

As employers struggle to compete in the global economy, the debates regarding unemployment, debt ceilings and the trade deficit rage on in our nation’s capital. To many Americans, it feels like there is no one fighting for American jobs – especially in the manufacturing sector.

Fortunately, the greatest thing America makes is Americans. The ability of average Americans to adapt, innovate and thrive created one of the greatest civilizations in human history.

American Made Movie is a documentary film examining the factors contributing to the decline of the American manufacturing workforce and the integral role consumerism may play in getting the economy back on track. The film looks back on the glory days of U.S. manufacturing when there was a balanced relationship between the goods produced and the goods consumed. The film also illustrates how technology and globalization transformed the competitive landscape for companies doing business in America, as well as overseas.

By revealing the successes of companies that have prospered without adopting the practices of their competitors, American Made Movie shows the positive impact manufacturing jobs have on national and local economies, aiding them in the face of great challenges. The livelihood of our country depends on understanding how we can maintain the American Dream while competing in a global economy. The eroding manufacturing sector that once supported the middle class is dragging down the nation’s economy one lost job at a time.

Whether you are an entrepreneur, student, stay – home mom, or a senior citizen, you have the power to transform America’s future and be a part of the solution through thinking before buying and through the simple choices you make every day.

The American Made Movie Tour

Visiting 32 cities in 32 days, the American Made Movie tour is a bus tour that focuses on the impact consumers have on the health of their local communities as well as the nation at large. Preceding the August theatrical release of Life is My Movie Entertainment’s latest documentary film, American Made Movie, the tour promotes the significance of American manufacturing and highlights organizations and employers within the communities who uphold those values. The tour seeks to inform communities of the issues at hand as well as to illustrate the opportunity for every citizen to Be a Part of creating a better America.

07/05 – Gwinnett County, Georgia
07/06 – Birmingham, Alabama
07/07 – Tupelo, Mississippi
07/08 – Greenwood, Mississippi
07/09 – Nashville, Tennessee
07/10 – St. Louis, Missouri
07/11 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
07/12 – Chicago, Illinois
07/13 – Ann Arbor, Michigan
07/14 – Cleveland, Ohio
07/15 – Youngstown, Ohio
07/16 – Louisville, Kentucky
07/17 – Indianapolis, Indiana
07/18 – Detroit, Michigan
07/19 – East Aurora, New York
07/20 – Elma, New York
07/21 – Niagara Falls, New York
07/22 – Warren, Pennsylvania
07/23 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
07/24 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
07/25 – Bridgeport, Connecticut
07/26 – Cromwell, Connecticut
07/27 – Boston, Massachusetts
07/28 – Skowhegan, Maine
07/29 – Manhattan, New York
07/30 – Washington, D.C.
07/31 – Baltimore, Maryland
08/01 – Asheville, North Carolina
08/02 – Charlotte, North Carolina
08/03 – Jacksonville, Florida
08/04 – Gainesville, Florida
08/05 – Atlanta, Georgia

The goals of this promotional bus tour include creating publicity for the theatrical release of our documentary as well as sharing the stories of each community we travel to.

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