Daily News LA
Also new is Keep America, a virtual mall of everything and anything made in the U.S.
New York businessman David Seliktar says he founded the e-commerce site as a response to the lack of American-made goods as well as his concern over the number of flawed and tainted products from overseas.
"When they're outsourced, things slip through the cracks and you end up with cribs collapsing on babies," says Seliktar, who has three daughters, ages 3 and younger, and runs his family's jewelry-making business. "Couple that with American jobs being outsourced on a daily basis, and I really believe the only way to turn this around is to buy American-made products and reinvest in the country."
And how's this for incentive? You could win a 2012 Ford Mustang just by visiting http://keepamerica.comthrough April 14.