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MIA-Made in USA.  Matthew Burnett  an interned that I managed during my time at Fossil left the company excited to start his own product line in his hometown of Detroit. He got his first major order but was completely unaware of the complexities of overseas production.  Most of his shipment arrived to the states  late or defective completely destroying his business. His failure inspired him to join up with other like-minded individuals to launch a website giving designers easy access US manufactures.   http://makersrow.com/


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