Attn: Business Editor re National Manufacturing Month (October), and "It used to be Made in America"

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To add some perspective to National Manufacturing Month, you might also want to take a look at a poem called "It used to be Made in America." You can see the poem online at www.itusedtobemadeinamerica.com and also at www.madeinusa.us.com

SAN MATEO, Calif. - Sept. 23, 2018 - eTradeWire -- NATIONAL MANUFACTURING MONTH IS OCTOBER AND

NATIONAL MANUFACTURING DAY IS OCTOBER 5th IN 2018...

WHAT IS THE STATE OF JOBS AND THE STATE OF MANUFACTURING IN AMERICA IN THE AREA IN WHICH YOU LIVE?

*Is manufacturing increasing in your area or is it declining in your area?

*How many manufacturing jobs have been lost in your area over the past few decades?

*How many factories have closed down?

*How many jobs have been outsourced to other countries?

*What are the human and economic consequences of all that outsourcing?

*How many schools have closed down?

*How many school programs have been cancelled?

*Has manufacturing in America begun to revive in your area?

*How are the current tariffs and trade wars affecting various industries in your area?

*What can be done about it?

*How can America bring those jobs back?

*Are corporate inversions going to continue to cause even more pain, despite the administration's efforts against inversions?

*And, how quickly will President Trump's policies be able to help turn the tide to manufacturing more things here in America again?

When you write about the state of manufacturing in America, and when you write about the state of manufacturing in your area, your audience might also be interested in taking a look at a poem called "It used to be Made in America." The poem was written by Robert Barrows, President of an advertising agency called R.M. Barrows Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California.

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In short, "It used to be made in America" is a poem about the loss of jobs and the consequences of the outsourcing of jobs and manufacturing to other countries, says Barrows, and it paints a vivid picture of conflicting economic forces."

The poem can be seen online at www.itusedtobemadeinamerica.com and also at www.madeinusa.us.com.

THE FIRST VERSE OF THE POEM GOES LIKE THIS:

It used to be made in America

It used to be made in my town

It used to be made just down the street

Now they've shut that factory down

HERE IS A VERSE ABOUT TARIFFS:

The solution to all this economy

Usually ends in a war

Tariffs and trade and protectionism

Is that what we're working for?

A VERSE ABOUT PROFITS GOES LIKE THIS:

The deals overseas are way too tempting

The savings are way too dear

But the real cost we pay is far greater

It's a cost we pay for in fear.

So, when you are getting ready to do any stories about jobs, the economy, trade deals, tariffs, protectionism, and the state of manufacturing in America, and the state of manufacturing in the area in which you live, and how these tariffs and trade wars might affect specific businesses and industries in your area, please feel free to write about a poem called "It used to be Made in America."

"And, along the lines of trying to increase the state of manufacturing in America, THE REAL POWER TO REVERSE THE MANUFACTURING DECLINE quickly is really in the hands of the people right now, and 'it's called 'BUY AMERICAN,'" says Barrows.

"Once consumers start boycotting products and brands that are not made in America, and once consumers start 'demanding' that American manufacturers and retailers start making more of their manufacturing and purchasing decisions to offer more goods that are Made in America, you will see how quickly the tide will turn to manufacturing it here in America."

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Barrows hopes to be able to develop "It used to be Made in America" into a variety of business projects that could help bring more attention to the need for manufacturers and retailers to start making more of their manufacturing and purchasing decisions to offer more products that are made in America.

He hopes to be able to develop the poem into some country and hip-hop songs and some television and documentary film type projects about the state of manufacturing in America and the efforts to help revive manufacturing in America.

He also hopes to be able to develop the website into a series of moneymaking directories about manufacturing, jobs, products, requests for proposals and sources of funding for projects and products that would be made in America. The directories would be on the www.madeinusa.us.com website.

(PLEASE NOTE: Media companies might also be interested in developing these kinds of business directories because they could produce very substantial revenues on an ongoing basis. Plus, they could also give media companies access to hundreds of thousands of potential advertisers.

Barrows has also developed proposals for several other projects and promotions that could also help generate tremendous advertising revenues for media companies. Media companies that would be interested in taking a look at the proposals for these projects and promotions should contact Robert Barrows at 650-344-4405.)

Please feel free to refer to all or parts of the poem "It used to be Made in America" in any stories your may be doing, and for more information about "It used to be Made in America," please contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations in San Mateo, California at 650-344-4405.

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Source: R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations

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