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Join Us as We Launch Our New "Should be Made in America" Campaign. - Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Join Us as We Launch Our New "Should be Made in America" Campaign.

Dear Friend:

Some exciting news.  Today, the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) launched a large-scale “Should Be Made in America” campaign.  And we chose a special landmark to feature when unveiling our new effort: the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, a massive construction project that was outsourced to China at the cost of thousands of American manufacturing jobs.

With so many infrastructure projects planned throughout the U.S., we don't want to see more taxpayer dollars sent overseas.  We've launched an initiative to make sure that federal, state, and local projects adhere to "Buy America" preferences whenever possible.

We've kicked off our campaign with two large billboards stationed near the Oakland Bay Bridge.  They feature the flag of the People's Republic of China, inscribed with “The Bay Bridge/100% Foreign Steel.” 

These billboards are the first in a series of ads we'll be running across the nation.  When we see our elected officials trying to outsource the construction of a new bridge or highway or school, we'll be there with our "Should Be Made in America" message.

It’s time for our leaders to wake up.  There's a lot of crumbling infrastructure in America, and we can rebuild it here.  That's why we need your help. Click HERE to sign up for updates at, and to find out how YOU can help keep projects in your state Made in America.

You can also spread the word by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, and sharing this email with your friends and family.

Together We Can Keep it Made in America.


Scott Paul
Executive Director
Alliance for American Manufacturing

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