Join us at a screening of American Made Movie tonight in DC

Posted by TGarland on 09/11/2013

You may recall in July, the American Made Movie bus tour stopped at our headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Well, they're back! The filmmakers behind American Made Movie, are in D.C. tonight. Landmark’s E Street Cinema (between 10th and 11th on E Street NW) will host an exclusive, one-night only screening of American Made Movie.

The feature-length documentary tracks American manufacturing’s decline, and offers suggestions to bring it back. The Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) Scott Paul is featured throughout the film.

The Made-in-America movement is sweeping the nation. American Made Movie has received national attention with its resounding message and call to action.

Join us this evening at Landmark’s E Street Cinema (located between 10th and 11th on E Street NW) at 7:30 p.m. Not in DC? American Made Movie is screening across the country — find out where you can catch the film.

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