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  • Transport Of Medal Of Honor Patriot Plaque Transforms M & M Limo Bus To An Honor Coach

    Upon Receipt Dorothy Furtney
    September 15, 2018 (716) 622-9734
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    “SSG James Robinson’s Plaque Begins Journey to Chicago for Dedication of Post Office in His Memory”
    On April 11, 1966 at the Battle of Courtenay Plantation (Xa Cam My), Vietnam, a young Army Sergeant from Westmont, Illinois (Greater Chicago), gave his life in “actions above and beyond the call of duty,” for which he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
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    Gravely wounded himself, in one final act of valor, SSG James “Jimmy” Robinson lobbed two grenades at a machine gun position, thereby saving the lives of many of his fellow soldiers who had fought back the enemy combatants that far outnumbered them.
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    Fellow Chicagoan Hal Burke, a US Navy Veteran who served on the USS The Sullivans, decommissioned and docked at the Buffalo Naval & Military Park, took action to fittingly pay tribute to this fallen hero. Burke tirelessly urged Congressman Peter Roskam to sponsor legislation dedicating and renaming the Westmont Post Office as a tribute to the ultimate sacrifice of Jimmy Robinson, who grew up in Westmont, Illinois.
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    M & M Limousine brought a tour group to visit the Made in America Store in Elma, NY on Saturday, September 15. The Patriot Plaque was transported at no charge to Chicago, and transferred to the veterans who worked diligently to bring SSG Robinson’s sacrifice to light among the residents of Greater Chicago area and our entire nation. The transportation cost was fully donated by M & M Limousine, under the direction of Jackson Lucas. The M & M Limousine driver who was assigned the duty to safeguard the Patriot Plaque on its journey was Robert Lamb.
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    The diamond-etched, black granite Patriot Plaque was commissioned by Hal Burke and created by Scott Teller of Hornell, New York. Measuring 28” x 16” and 1” thick, the Plaque will be dedicated this Veterans Day, November 11, and permanently displayed in a place of honor at the Westmont Post Office.
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    Mark Andol, founder and CEO of the Made in America Store, donates an office in his Distribution Center to Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight. On behalf of the Chicago veterans’ community, Andol stored the Plaque. He tasked his liaison to the military and veterans’ community, Dorothy Furtney, with the responsibility of arranging for the dignified transport of the Plaque to Chicago.
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    The Patriot Plaque departed the Made in America Store at 12:30 pm on Saturday, September 15, 2018.
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    “Words cannot adequately convey my appreciation to everyone involved in making this project a reality to honor a true American hero, SSG James W. Robinson, Jr,” Andol concluded.
  • My Word! Travel Mugs Now On Sale!

    The Made in America Store is running a massive sale on My Word! travel mugs! Over 35 styles to choose from, each style for $6
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    Insulated Mugs for Hot & Cold - Double Walled - BPA Free - Top Rack Dishwasher Safe - Made In The USA ??
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    Shop now for 100% USA made products and save and create an American job today!
    Buy American - Because China Is A Long Drive To Work!
    Or stop by to shop at:
    Flagship Made In America Store
    1000 West Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059 - 716-652-4872
    Mckinley Mall Location
    3701 McKinley Pkwy, Blasdell, NY 14219 - 716-824-1572
    Eastern Hills Mall Location
    4545 Transit Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221 - 716-568-7958
    Galleria Mall Location
    1 Walden Galleria, Buffalo, NY 14225 - 716-681-8200
    Fashion Outlets at Niagara Falls
    1900 Military Rd, Niagara Falls, NY 14304 - 716-297-3160
    Boulevard Mall Location
    730 Alberta Dr, Buffalo, NY 14226 - 716-650-4108
    One Niagara Location: Second Floor
    360 Rainbow Blvd, Niagara Falls, NY 14303 - 716-304-3622
  • Daily Flag Retreat Ceremony to Honor Veterans & Active Military

    Public Asked To Nominate A Serviceperson at Made In America Store Locations

    Contact: Martin Biniasz • Marketing & Communications • (716) 435-3678 • mbiniasz@ecfair.org
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    Contact: Holly Smyczynski • Marketing & Communications • (716) 818-2007 • hollys@ecfair.org
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    5600 McKinley Parkway • Hamburg, New York • USA • 14075
    Media Twitter: @ECFairMedia • Website: ECFair.org
    Wednesday, June 13, 2018
    HAMBURG, NEW YORK – The 179th Erie County Fair will see the inauguration of a daily patriotic tradition that will honor veterans and active military members. Beginning August 8th at 6:30p and continuing each evening during the 12-day run of the Fair, a flag retreat ceremony will be held at Slade Park presented by Made In America Store .
    “We are asking fairgoers to pause and reflect on our great nation and to remember the men & women for their service, sacrifice and dedication to protecting our country,” said Jessica Underberg, Erie County Fair CEO. “We feel this is a wonderful way to extend the mission of our Veterans Day committee to span the entire Fair.”
    During each 8-10 minute ceremony, participating fairgoers will be asked to join in the Pledge of Allegiance. As a lone bugler sounds retreat, an American flag will be lowered and folded by an honorary color guard from a local VFW, Amvets or Legion post. The flag, which was flown during that day at the Fair, will be presented to a veteran and/or an active member of the military who will be the “Flag Retreat Honoree of the Day.” The Erie County Fair Marching Band will perform the “Star Spangled Banner,” a chorus of “God Bless America” and the “United States Armed Forces Medley.” Made In America Store will be donating “made in the USA” flags to be used in the daily presentation.
    "For Americans, there's no higher honor than to serve our nation's military,” said Mark Andol, founder and owner of Made In America Store . “As Americans, there's no greater privilege than to say thank you. We are proud to support, what we hope, will be a new tradition at the Fair."
    To nominate a veteran or active member of the military to be named “Flag Retreat Honoree of the Day,”
    The public is being asked to complete a nomination form available at any of Made In America Store 's 7 locations or at the Fair’s Main Office. Those chosen must be available to attend one of the Flag Retreat Ceremonies between August 8th-19th at 6:30p. They will receive a full-sized American flag, (4) fair admission passes, a parking pass, a Strates Shows midway card and $20 in meal tickets. Deadline for name submissions is July 20th.
    About the Erie County Fair
    The Erie County Agricultural Society is a private not-for-profit membership organization. Established in 1819, the Society is the oldest civic organization in Western New York. The mission of the Erie County Agricultural Society (ECAS), sponsors of the Erie County Fair, is to preserve and enhance, by educational endeavors, the agricultural and historical legacy of New York State. The Fair strives to fulfill appropriate aspects of the agricultural, educational, entertainment and recreational needs of Western New York. The 179th Erie County Fair will be held August 8th – 19th, 2018. (www.ECFair.org)
  • “Flags of Freedom” Exhibit Opening this Evening at Made in America Store

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Dorothy Furtney
    (716) 652-0024
    (716) 622-9734

    Thursday – May 17, 2018

    TODAY!

    Media Advisory/Media Preview/Photo and Video Opportunity

    “Flags of Freedom” Exhibit Opening this Evening at Made in America Store

    “Temporary Exhibit from Ohio Brings Together Scouts, Veterans and Citizens from Arcade, Elma & East Aurora to Commemorate Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 19 & Launch the Community Kick Off to
    Memorial Day Commemorations in 2018”

    MEDIA PREVIEW EVENT

    Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018

    Time: 7:00 p.m.

    Event: Completion of the Installation of 1,000 full-size American flags at the Made in America Store, 1000 W. Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059.


    To mark the 8th Anniversary of the opening of the Made in America Store in Elma, New York, store founder Mark Andol is opening a very special exhibition of 1,000 full-size (3’ x 5’) American flags on the front lawn of the store at 1000 W. Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059.  The exhibit, based in Ohio, is called “Operation: Flags of Freedom” and is part of Nashville Recording Artist Ricky Lee’s Hometown Heroes Tour.

    Installation of the flags was undertaken as a community project by Boy Scout Troop 4056, which is sponsored by American Legion Six Star Post #637 in Strykersville, NY.   A STEADY FLOW OF CARS ACCESSING THE RTE. 400 EXPRESSWAY IS PARKING ALONG W. MAPLE COURT TO CAPTURE THE EXHIBIT IN PHOTOS!

    “This is a historic moment for Elma, East Aurora, Arcade and Strykersville,” Andol began.  “For the first time ever, Flags of Freedom has a magnificent exhibition in Western New York.   The assistance of Boy Scout Troop 4056, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Kile Palmateer, and Assistant Scoutmasters Steve Horst and Larry Busch, made the installation project possible.  Special thanks go to Larry Busch, who was in direct communication with Steve Toohey, founder of Flags of Freedom, joined by Steve Horst, who coordinated the project, as well as a heartfelt salute to Pat Smith, Commander of American Legion Six Star Post #637.  Students from Pioneer High School also assisted with the project.

    Installation of the flags began late afternoon Wednesday, May 16 and will conclude later today --Thursday, May 17.  We encourage the media to capture this historic, patriotic moment for their readers, viewers and listeners.

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  • Community Celebration for Armed Forces Day & 8 th Anniversary of Elma’s Made in America Store with Free Family Fun

     

    Upon Receipt
    Sue Shotwell
    Tuesday, May 15, 2018
    (716) 652-0024
    This Saturday, May 19 , features a Community Celebration for Armed Forces Day & 8 th Anniversary of Elma’s Made in America Store with Free Family Fun ( 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. )
    Mark Andol, Founder and CEO, Will Host Event at 1000 W. Maple Court. Highlights Below:
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    Question: What’s unique about this year’s celebration?
    Andol: For the first time in WNY history, our community is hosting“Operation: Flags of Freedom,” a display of 1,000 American flags 3’ x 5’ (full size) from Ohio.
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    Question:  Will there be a ceremony for Armed Forces Day?
    Andol: Yes, at 1 p.m., American Legion Post (East Aurora) will post the colors. Boy Scout Troop 4056, sponsored by American Legion Six Start Post #637 (Strykersville) , will lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance,followed by brief remarks.  Nashville recording artist Ricky Lee will sing the National Anthem at the start of his Hometown Heroes Tour.
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    Question: Is there other entertainment ?
    Andol:  A local JAM Rock band and winner of East Aurora’s Battle of the Bands 2018, “All Day Breakfast Buffet,” will open for Ricky Lee.
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    Question:  What else will be featured ?
    Andol: A Marketplace of 20 merchandise and Made in America Store food product vendors will provide samples and educate shoppers on their offerings. Also, for every pair of WigWam socks sold, WigWam & Made in America Store will donate a pair to the Socks for Soldiers drive.
    A number of military and veteran organizations will have information tables, including:  Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight , Higher Ground ,Patriot Plaques and Military Order of the Purple Heart .
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    Question: What other fun factors can visitors expect?
    Andol: Yes, Mikey Dee’s farm-to-table food truck will feature his most popular menu items at family-friendly prices. Maple View Alpacas & Chain sawing by Matt Hannah will be on exhibit.  Dancing to the music is encouraged!
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  • "Flags of Freedom” Display Coming to Made in America Store for 8th Anniversary Celebration on May 19!

    Upon Receipt Dorothy Furtney
    Friday – May 11, 2018

    (716) 652-0024
    (716) 622-9734

    Media Advisory/Media Preview/Photo and Video Opportunity

    “Flags of Freedom” Display Coming to Made in America Store for 8th Anniversary Celebration on May 19
                    “Temporary Exhibit from Ohio Brings Together Scouts, Veterans and Citizens from Arcade, Elma & East Aurora to Commemorate Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 19 & Launch the Community Kick Off to
    Memorial Day Commemorations in 2018”

                    To mark the 8th Anniversary of the opening of the Made in America Store in Elma, New York, store founder Mark Andol will host a very special exhibition of 1,000 full-size (3’ x 5’) American flags on the front lawn of the store at 1000 W. Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059.  The exhibit, based in Ohio, is called “Flags of Freedom” and is part of Nashville Recording Artist Ricky Lee’s Hometown Heroes Tour.

                    Installation of the flags will be undertaken as a community project by Boy Scout Troop 4056, which is sponsored by American Legion Six Star Post #637 in Strykersville, NY.  An Eagle Scout from that troop, Jared Logel, is employed by Mark Andol as a welder at General Welding & Fabricating in Elma, NY.  At Logel’s suggestion, Andol turned to the Strykersville scouts for assistance installing the massive exhibit of flags.

                    “This is a historic moment for Elma, East Aurora, Arcade and Strykersville,” Andol began.  “For the first time ever, Flags of Freedom will bring its magnificent exhibition to Western New York.   The assistance of Boy Scout Troop 4056, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Kile Palmateer, and Assistant Scoutmasters Steve Horst and Larry Busch, made the installation project possible.  Special thanks go to Larry Busch, who was in direct communication with Steve Toohey, founder of Flags of Freedom, and coordinated the project, as well as a heartfelt salute to Pat Smith, Commander of American Legion Six Star Post #637.

                    Installation of the flags will begin late afternoon Wednesday, May 16 and conclude Thursday, May 17.  Following is the opportunity for the media to capture this patriotic moment for their readers, viewers and listeners:
    MEDIA PREVIEW EVENT

    Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018

    Time: 7:00 p.m.

    Event: Completion of  the Installation of 1,000 full-size American flags at the Made in America Store, 1000 W. Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059.

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  • Voice of America Crew Coming to the Made In America Store Monday, February 19! The film crew arrives around 2 p.m.

    Interview Marks the Latest International Media Coverage for WNY’s local “All-American” Retail Store with the national impact!

    Since opening just 7 years ago, the MADE IN AMERICA STORE in Elma, NY has received unprecedented national and international media coverage…from ABC’S World News, FOX TV’S Fox & Friends and the LA Times, to media outlets from Germany, Canada and the UK. That’s in addition to coverage by Japan’s largest circulation newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun.

     

    Now, Voice of America is coming to town on Monday, February 19, to interview the store’s founder, Mark Andol.

     

    “Seven years, seven stores, 7,000 products, and over 700 tour buses -- that will be the central theme of this international news story,” Andol stated.

     

    Voice of America (VOA) is sending a production team that will be working on a segment for a daily business show at Voice of America. The story will run in 2 languages: Russian for Voice of America’s Current Time Show and English for their main division.

     

    Mark Andol says that the Russian television crew will begin filming around 2 p.m.

     

    The Made in America Store is located at 1000 W. Maple Court in Elma, NY and online at www.madeinamericastore.com.

  • Valentine's Day @ The Made In America Store

     

    A Little Something To Say

    "I Love You"

    Home fragrance without a flame!
    Handcrafted in America. Enjoy the rich fragrance of Wax Pottery Bowls, also know as wax pottery vessels.
    The natural botanical design work as a decorative home accent. Habersham Wax Pottery is designed to release the fragrance of a candle without the need of an open flame. You never have to burn it and it will release a beautiful scent throughout the house all day long. A room freshener that serves as a beautiful centerpiece in your home.
    Some fragrances may fill a room while others are more subtle and not as intense. Habersham's testing and experience suggests that fragrances will last at least six months and more often than not, much longer.
    Stuffington Teddy Bear Factory is a USA toy manufacturer of American teddy bears, American stuffed animals and American stuffed animal accessories based in Phoenix, Arizona.
    Enjoy Sponge Candy, Almond Butter Crunch, Peanut Clusters, Orange Chocolate Bites, Coconut Clusters, and more!
    Midgard Winery
    "Experience the nectar of the gods with Midgard Winery! Available at our Elma, NY, location, Midgard Winery offers 5 different flavors of their Honey Wine!
    Get a taste of Valhalla with Midgard Winery's delicious selection of luxurious, silky-sweet honey wine.
    *AVAILABLE IN-STORE AT ELMA, NY*
    Vania & David is Buffalo's own 100% USA made jewelry v endor at the Made in America Store! Find neck laces, earrings, bracelets, canvas tote bags and much more!
    Shop now for 100% USA made products and save and create an American job today!
    Buy American - Because China Is A Long Drive To Work!
    Or stop by to shop at:
    Flagship Made In America Store
    1000 West Maple Court, Elma, NY 14059 - 716-652-4872
    Mckinley Mall Location
    3701 McKinley Pkwy, Blasdell, NY 14219 - 716-824-1572
    Eastern Hills Mall Location
    4545 Transit Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221 - 716-568-7958
    Galleria Mall Location
    1 Walden Galleria, Buffalo, NY 14225 - 716-681-8200
    Fashion Outlets at Niagara Falls
    1900 Military Rd, Niagara Falls, NY 14304 - 716-297-3160
    Boulevard Mall Location
    730 Alberta Dr, Buffalo, NY 14226 - 716-650-4108
    One Niagara Location: Second Floor - SEASONAL
    360 Rainbow Blvd, Niagara Falls, NY 14303 - 716-304-3622
  • All American Christmas: Saturday, December 9 at 11:00AM

    Come visit us at our All American Christmas event this Saturday, December 9th, from 11:00AM EST to 4:00PM EST hosted at our World Class Destination & Flagship Store located at 1000 West Maple Court, Elma, New York 14059!

    Events:

    • Appearances by Santa & Mrs. Claus
    • Live Music by Ricky Lee
    • Tree Lighting at 1:00PM
    • Food for sale by Mikey Dee's Catering
    • 100% American Made Vendor Marketplace
    • Alpaca petting zoo by Maple View Alpacas

     

    Please see our Facebook Event for more information.

  • Iwo Jima & Iraq Veterans Unite At Finish Line Of Iroquois Foundation 4Miler!

    IWO JIMA & IRAQ VETERANS UNITE AT FINISH LINE OF IROQUOIS FOUNDATION 4MILER
    “Having Earned Purple Hearts 60 Years Apart, Two Local Marines Meet for First Time this Saturday at the Made in America Store in Elma”
    Event Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017
    Event Time: 11:00 a.m.
    • Photo Op & Interview Opportunity
    • Iroquois Foundation Designates Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight as the recipient charity
    • Presentation of Patriot Plaque to local Iraq War Veteran by Mark Andol, Founder of the Made in America Store
    “Once a Marine, Always a Marine”
                   The community is invited to attend the Made in America Store’s Fall Fest this Saturday, November 4 th, to witness how the brotherhood of the US Marine Corpstranscends six decades of service and sacrifice.
                   A World War II veteran who was wounded during the battle of Iwo Jima, and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom who was also wounded in combat, will welcome runners to the finish line of the Iroquois Foundation’s “4Miler Salutes Veterans" to help raise funds for Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight. The WWII vet traveled on an Honor Flight several years ago.
                   The Fall Fest is a kick-off to the 242 nd Birthday of the US Marine Corps on November 10 and our nation’s commemoration of Veterans Day on November 11.
                   A brief ceremony will commence at 11 a.m.  A diamond-etched, black granitePatriot Plaque commissioned by Mark Andol and created by Scott Teller, an artist from Hornell, NY, will be presented. Festivities will follow the ceremony. All are welcome. Thefree family event will feature:
    Live music by Nashville Recording Artist Ricky Lee (Founder, Music 4R Vets)
    Chainsaw woodcarving by Matt Hannah, USMC Veteran
    100% American Made Vendor Marketplace
    Cooking demonstration and samples from the brand new line of Made in America Store’s waterless cookware (Americraft is a veteran-owned business)
    Living exhibit of Maple View Alpacas
    Delicious food for sale by Mikey Dee’s Food Truck (USAF Veteran)

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