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    27 May 2012


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    Trucking Factoring

    Very exciting. I don't think we are revealed to items created in the USA very often. I would have liked to have taken the trip with you.


    Hooray for MADE IN AMERICA!! I wish more corporations and large companys would do the same instead of sending it overseas.

    I will remember look for more Fabri-Quilt fabrics in the future.



    What fun...It had to be so interesting to see what goes on..fascinating...and I'd love one of those sewing machines too!!!

    Mary ann

    Thanks Pat! I love nosing around and there is nothing more interesting than manufacturing processes. Imwork in an aerospace factory and can lose hours watching our skilled craft people. Thanks for taking us along!


    Pam ... I was glad you were along to see this. Ann and Julie ... they had so much more going on! I love the made in America aspect and that they were employing local, skilled workers.


    Very interesting. I don't think we are exposed to products made in the USA very often. I would have loved to have taken the tour with you.


    Thanks for the tour. It was fascinating. I had no idea they were into so much.


    It was a great tour, thanks for inviting me!

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