Louisville’s Appliance Park complex was built by GE in the early 50s and was the home to production and distribution for dishwashers, ranges, washers, dryers and other consumer appliances for decades. The huge facility was self-sustaining to the point of having its own ZIP code; at its peak, Appliance Park employed over 25,000 workers. Over the years, that number dwindled to several hundred, but today 6,000 people work at Appliance Park again.
Nissan cars are being made in Smyrna, TN, Toyota trucks in San Antonio and VW’s in Chattanooga. Around the country, manufacturing jobs have been brought back to the United States from overseas. Companies see advantages in shipping, logistics, supply chains, distribution, design and manufacturing techniques by having facilities right here at home, and having products made by American workers.
At Carrot-Top, we’re committed to supporting American free enterprise, American products and American workers. Made-In-U.S.A. products have a strong presence here at Carrot-Top, and we’re proud to carry them:
Patriarch® American Flags: Handsome polyester American flags designed for high winds and harsh weather conditions, Patriarch® outdoor American flags are available in sizes that range from a modest 3’ x 5’ to an impressive 50’ x 80’.
Beacon® American Flags: The Beacon® American flag line is Carrot-Top’s nylon counterpart to the Patriarch® line. Available in more than 20 sizes, Beacon® nylon American flags are a Carrot-Top exclusive…and of course they’re proudly made in the U.S.A.
In addition to Carrot-Top’s great selection of Made-In-U.S.A. American flags, you can choose from our Majestic™, Excell™ and Sentry flagpoles, all proudly made here in America by American workers. We also offer a selection of customizable products that include:
…all proudly made here in the U.S.A.!
Remember, when you buy American-made products from Carrot-Top, you’re keeping your dollars right here in the United States where they can be put back into the economy and can help your fellow Americans prosper and do well. You’re supporting entrepreneurship, you’re reinvesting money into the community, helping to provide jobs for future generations and promoting American economic independence. Feels good, doesn’t it?