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  • Okabashi Buy One Get One 50% Off Spring Sale!


    Just in time for spring break, the Made In America Store is happy to announce our Buy One, Get One 50% Off Spring Sale!


    Okabashi is a family owned business that has focused on designing and manufacturing extremely comfortable shoes for more than 30 years.


    Currently Okabashi carries a wide variety of flip flops, sandals, and clogs for men and women.


    At Okabashi, they believe that technology and design can be utilized to deliver a great product to the consumer at a great value, without shifting U.S. jobs overseas.


    Okabashis are proudly made in the United States in Buford, GA and shipped worldwide from there.



    Here Are Some More Reasons Okabashi Sandals Are The Best
    • Made In The USA: For the past 30+ years every Okabashi shoe has been manufactured at our headquarters in Buford, GA.
    • Recyclable: Okabashi encourages customers to return their well-worn Okabashi sandals to our factory for recycling. Okabashi's newest products contain about 25% of their own recycled material.
    • Ergonomic Footbed: Okabashi's signature foot-bed provides superior arch support and a heel cup for proper alignment of the feet and spine.
    • Microplast Material: Okabashi products are made from their proprietary material called Microplast, which is durable, slip resistant, and easy-to-clean.
    • Designed For Comfort: Okabashi's reflexology-inspired show design and massage beads aid in circulation and maximizing comfort for your feet.
    • Dishwasher Safe: The high temperature of dish-washing kills bacteria and germs. Okabashi's sandals will not shrink or lose their vibrant color no matter how often they are washed.
    • Eco-Conscious Production: Okabashi's manufacturing process is very lean and virtually waste-free. Scraps and returned shoes are recycled into new products, keep them out of landfills.


  • Made In America Store's Niagara Falls Location Opening March 27th!


    The Niagara Store’s Earliest Opening to Date Tied to Next Week’s Easter and Spring Break, just in time to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Made in America Store’s Original Location in Elma on April 3!

               Mark Andol, founder of the Made in America Store, is pleased to announce that the Niagara Falls location will be opening this Friday, March 27.


    Whether you're a local resident or tourist from afar, whether you're traveling with your family, or with a group or on business, Niagara Falls USA is the perfect sightseeing destination after a long, snowy and frigid winter.

    As we finally begin to enjoy the spring thaw we can still view the historic, breathtaking ice formations at Niagara Falls.

    For this reason, the Made in America Store at One Niagara, 360 Rainbow Boulevard, is scheduling its earliest season opening yet.

    Come see what the national media has been buzzing about, and pick up some candy and gifts for your Easter baskets.

    Shop at the Made in America Store, where your dollars will create and save American jobs!

  • Buffalo Pays Tribute To World War II Hero, Russell A. Guthrie


    A trailblazing sign, otherwise known as honorary street names, are generally assigned to honor and commemorate persons associated with the City of Buffalo. The City of Buffalo is looking to introduce a trailblazing sign for World War II Veteran Russell A. Guthrie, who recently passed away on July 5th, 2014.

    Mr. Guthrie was an American Hero and a well-loved, lifelong resident of the city of Buffalo. Russell A Guthrie, a Sergeant First Class & Tank Gunner, served honorably in the United States Army during World War II. Serving in America's Legendary 761st Tank Battalion (Patton's Panthers) in both France and Germany. Mr. Guthrie was honored for his service with a Purple Heart, a Presidential Unit Citation, a Meritorious Unit Citation, and a Good Conduct Medal.

    Mr. Guthrie's commitment to America didn't end after his service. At 90 years of age, Mr. Guthrie continued to serve his community and Veterans. A long-time Memeber of the American Legion, a Life Member of the American Veterans (AMVETS), a Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), and a Life Member of United Veterans of Buffalo (UVOB).

    The City of Buffalo approves the installation of a Trailblazing sign at each end of the block of Norway Park where Mr. Guthrie resided for 40 years and will be designated as Russell A. Guthrie Way!

  • American Made Gets Boost In Georgia With National Education Initiative!

    Press Conference with Governor Nathan Deal & John Ratzenberger to Announce National Educational Initiative


    Burnette, Arielle H. "Press Conference with Governor Nathan Deal and John Ratzenberger to Announce National Educational Initiative" Blog Post. Feb 18th, 2015: A press conference took place to announce that the state of Georgia is adopting and implementing the National Educational Initiative for the 2015-16 school year. Governor Nathan Deal will stand with John Ratzenberger as they stress the importance of America redefining the image of manufacturing to students across the country.

    Georgia is the first state to adopt the National Educational Initiative as both the Georgia Department of Education and Georgia Board of Education unanimously endorsed the incorporation of educational content related to career opportunities in STEM and manufacturing industries throughout all 932 public state middle and high schools. The National Educational Initiative made possible by, Clyde and Sandra Strickland, Metro Waterproofing and Frank Circelli will present a $1,000,000 check to students in the Georgia school system.

    Georgia is the pioneer state in adopting the National Educational Initiative and continues to make strides in the manufacturing industry year after year. The implementation of this partnership will help to renew the image and importance of the skilled workforce for the next generation. "One of the most critical issues confronting Georgia manufacturers today is the shallow pool of work-ready talent interested in and capable of embarking on well-paying careers in manufacturing,” said Roy Bowen, President of The Georgia Association of Manufacturers. “ Achieving success with this endeavor is absolutely essential to ensuring the long term viability of Georgia's manufacturers and for Georgia to maintain its distinction as the #1 state in the U.S. for business.”

    The National Educational Initiative also states that each middle school and high school class will watch the "American Made Movie", a documentary on the rise and fall of American manufacturing!

  • 2015 Winterfest

    Made In America Store's 5th Annual Winterfest
    Sunday, February 8th 11am - 5pm

    Winterfest Flyer Email

    "Warm up from the cold with 10% off the entire Elma, NY, store!"

    Mark Andol, founder of the Made In America Store, is pleased to invite the public to a day-long event at his flagship store! 900 Maple Street in Elma will be celebrating Winterfest from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, February 8th, 2015

    Snowmobilers are also encouraged to stop by for the festivities. Riders can reach the event by Access Trail S45 by Maple Street.

    "Come in from the cold to join us for a day of free family fun," Andol began. "This year's Winterfest on February 8th, is a great way to get out of the house in this dreary, cold weather. Here's what we have planned!"

    • Wigwam Socks Sale; Buy 3 pairs or packages, get 1 free!
    • 10% off entire store! *Cannot be combined with any other discounts or offers
    • Live music by Nashville Recording Artist, Ricky Lee!

    "Please join us on Sunday, February 8th, at the Made In America Store to enjoy some fun during these cold months. For 2015, let's all "Be a part" of the national movement to create American jobs and rebuild the American economy," Mark Andol concluded.

  • Ice Bikes Debut In Buffalo's Canalside

    The Words "Waterfront" and "Canalside" are heard quite frequently here in the Western New York area. With new businesses and attractions opening up in downtown Buffalo, people have been flocking to the The City of Good Neighbors. The Made In America Store team is proud to announce that we are also part of the progress in Buffalo!

    Mark Andol, owner and founder of both the Made In America Store and General Welding & Fabricating, has teamed up with Canalside to manufacture Ice Bikes!


    Here's an excellent article from David Bertola of Buffalo Business First highlighting how the Ice Bikes have refreshed Buffalo's outdoor scene!

    Click Here To Read About Canalside's Ice Bikes!

  • Christmas Week Store Hours!



    900 Maple Road, Elma, NY 14059

    Monday Through Saturday 8am - 8pm
    Sunday 10am - 5pm


    4545 Transit Road, Williamsville, NY 14221
    Sunday Through Saturday 9am - 10pm
    Christmas Eve: 9am - 5pm
    3701 McKinley Parkway, Blasdell, NY 14219
    December 13th: 9am - 10pm
    Dec. 14th: 11am - 8pm
    Dec. 15th Through 19th: 9am - 10pm
    Dec. 20th: 9am - 11pm
    Dec. 21st: 9am - 10pm
    Dec. 22nd & 23rd: 8am - 11pm
    Christmas Eve: 8am - 5pm




  • 5th Annual All-American Christmas Celebration!

    December 13th from 11am - 5pm At the Made In America Store's 900 Maple Street Elma, NY, location! 

    “This year’s holiday event is our biggest ever!”

    All American Christmas John Ratz

                    Mark Andol, Founder of the Made in America Store, is pleased to invite the public to a day-long celebration of the Christmas season at his flagship store at 900 Maple Street in Elma from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 13, 2014.

       “Come join us for a day of free family fun,” Andol began.  “This year’s celebration on December 13th is a great way to begin counting down the 12 Days of Christmas.  Here’s the line-up of entertainment and activities:”


    • Meet new, local vendors who keep jobs in the U.S.


    • Enjoy American Made product demonstrations and samples.


    • Take part in kids’ crafts and correspondence to benefit Operation Military Kids


    • Purchase mouth-watering food from Dale’s Rollin Smoke BBQ.


    • Witness a woodcarving by Chainsaw Artist Matt Hannah


    • Be entertained by Nashville Artists Ricky Lee & Matt Pletcher


    • Participate in the US Marine Corps “Toys for Tots” Collection


    • Donate to Hero Packs for military kids impacted by deployment


    • 12 noon – 2 p.m. A Visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus


    • 1:00 p.m. Lighting of the giant Christmas Tree


    “Please Join us on Saturday, December 13th at the Made in America Store to start the countdown to Christmas.  This Christmas, let’s all “Be A Part” of the national movement to create American jobs and rebuild the American economy,” Mark Andol concluded.

  • Black Friday-Small Business Saturday Sale!

    Thursday, November 27th is Thanksgiving and the Made In America Store is thankful to the men, women and children who go out of their way to promote Made In America. We're also thankful for the men & women who defend our freedom.

    The Made In America Store has 3 store locations that will be taking advantage of "Black Friday" times.

    • The McKinley Mall Store (3701 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14219) will open at 6pm EST on Thursday, November 27th. We have both a full store in the JCPenny concourse and a Kiosk outside of Best Buy!
    • The Eastern Hills Mall Store (4545 Transit Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221) will open at 9pm EST on Thursday, November 27th. We are located in the Sears Concours.

    • *The Elma, NY, location will be closed on Thursday, November 27th, and reopen on Friday for normal hours, 8am EST.

    We're proud to announce that we will also be having some big sales for the weekend! From Thursday to Sunday night, all toys will be 10% off, all puzzles will be 25% off, and all $2 Wrapping Paper will be $1!



  • John Ratzenberger Gift Box Signing in Buffalo, New York

    With the recent news of the Made In America Store teaming up tv & film actor John Ratzenberger to create 100% Made In America gift boxes (read about it here, an official box signing in the Western new York area has been announced!  ALTERED


    John Ratzenberger will be traveling to the Buffalo area this Wednesday, November 19th, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22ND! to visit all 3 Made In America Store locations. The flagship store located at 900 Maple Rd in Elma, NY 14059, The Eastern Hills Mall Location at 4545 Transit Road, Williamsville, NY 14221, and the McKinley Mall location at 3701 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14219.


    Ratzenberger, along with Made In America Store founder Mark Andol, will travel to each store to help push the brand new Made In America Gift Boxes.

    • 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM: 900 Maple Rd. Elma, NY 14059 - Ratzenberger will visit Made In America Store's flagship location in Elma at 11am, where he will sign start his box signing until noon.


    • 2:15 PM to 3:00 PM: 3701 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14219 - Ratzenberger will reach the McKinley Mall store location for box signing.


    • 4:00 PM to 4:45 PM:  4545 Transit Road, Williamsville, NY 14221 - Ratzenberger will reach Eastern Hills Mall store location for box signing.


    Each generation will know John Ratzenberger by one of his many roles both on the big screen and home televisions. Whether it was the know-it-all mail carrier Cliff Clavin in 'Cheers' or Hamm the Piggy Bank in 'Toy Story 1, 2, & 3', Ratzenberger is a household name and voice actor. Ratzenberger is no stranger to the made in America movement either. As a lot of people remember, Ratzenberger both produced and hosted "Made In America", a show where he traveled from city to city to find out how some of the most iconic products are made in the United States.


    It's no surprise that John Ratzenberger would take the next step in promoting American manufacturing and consumerism. That's where our brand new Made In America Gift Boxes come in. Just in time for the holidays, we've teamed up to create 3 unique box sets for each member of the family! All items in and of this gift box are Made 100% here in America, by American Workers, in American Factories, supporting American Jobs - Like it should be.

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