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Ruby Slipper’s Car Seat Mobility Device Born of Necessity

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Katherine Miles, creator of the Ruby Slipper Car Seat Cover, shares that for this product, which allows persons with limited mobility to enter and exit a car with ease, necessity was truly the mother of invention. Miles was faced with a common dilemma: how to help her aging parent stay active and living a full life.

Talon International, a global manufacturer, is leveraging its supply chain, delivering millions of pieces of PPE to global market

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Talon International, has retooled its manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and around the world to supply Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical and non-medical. Talon is supplying 3-ply face masks and medical-grade face shields, as well as cloth masks, gloves, alcohol wipes, hand sanitizer, and isolation gowns.

Gordon Brush Mfg. Co. Honored at the 2019 MADE IN AMERICA CONVENTION

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Ken Rakusin, President & CEO of Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc., was the recipient of the PATRIOT AWARD at the 2019 MADE IN AMERICA CONVENTION, that was held at the Indianapolis, Indiana convention center on October 3-6. "This award was presented to Ken for his Proud To Be An American attitude and his unwavering commitment to manufacturing in the United States, in-spite of the infiltration of low cost, inferior Chinese goods," said Don Buckner, founder, MadeInAmerica.com.

2019 MADE IN AMERICA Convention: Gordon Brush CEO Ken Rakusin to Speak

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Ken Rakusin, President & CEO of Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. is a "highlighted" speaker at the 2019 MADE IN AMERICA CONVENTION, to be held at the Indianapolis, Indiana convention center, October 3-6.

Bulldog Lighting leading push for California legislators to pass proposed Made in the USA labeling bill

SAN CARLOS, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS Apr 26, 2013: California businesses cannot claim their products are 'Made in the USA' unless 100 percent of the components are manufactured in the country. The federal standard is 75 percent, which places an unfair disadvantage on California firms because there are some products that have components which are not available in the United States. Bulldog Lighting - a Calif.-based firm that was founded by teenage entrepreneur Dylan Sievers - is spearheading and promoting the passage of legislation that would make the 75 percent federal standard applicable in California.

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