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Monthly Archives: May 2013

  • ABC 10 News

    The notion of “Made in USA” is not dead, as some businesses put national pride ahead of cutting corners to save on costs. Thompson Tee is one of those patriotic companies who are looking to help the folks here at home by expanding business within the confines of American borders and not to a sweatshop overseas. The founders of Thompson Tee understand the pains many Americans are going through in this tough economy and don’t want to abandon the talent that resides state-side.

    ABC 10 News ran a story about our resolve to stay in the United States, and though it will be a struggle, we are committed to this value to which our company was founded on. However, in not taking our products to be manufactured overseas, we do need the support of our communities and friends in raising enough capital to pay for the labor and resources required to bring you more Thompson Tees. If you would like to help support our cause in creating more American jobs, please contact us. For the full story from ABC 10 News, watch the video below:


  • Huffington Post

    How often do you see “Made in USA” on the tags of your clothes anymore? Pretty rare huh? Well we at Thompson Tee are proud Americans who would love nothing more than be a distinctly American clothing company, keeping all positions and manufacturing of our awesome line of Thompson Tee products here in the United States of America. We want to do our part in proving that clothing can and will be made here in the land of the free and home of the brave to support hard-working American families.

    Has it been tough to make the business model work here at home? Sure, but any goal worth achieving is never easy to accomplish. We have chosen the narrow road that is at times treacherous in favor of something grander than ourselves to support our neighbors and friends in this shaken economy. Keeping operations at home has been a challenge, which is why we are always looking for investors and capital partners to make expansion in the United States a reality.

    We have indeed turned down offers to move our business overseas because we believe in the American Dream; through hard work and support here at home, we believe we can bring the Thompson Tee to more people than ever before. Contact us if you or someone you know is interested in supporting the Thompson Tee cause and read about our conviction in the Huffington Post.

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