Popped in the USA!
A little manufactured fun arrived at our office this week.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) is now a proud owner of an American-made popcorn machine.
Our friends at Paragon International helped us prepare for another movie screening at our DC headquarters (more on that later).
Made in the heart of Iowa — Nevada, Iowa to be exact — Paragon manufactures fun by producing popcorn machines, sno cone machines, and cotton candy machines. A little company history from Paragon itself:
We have 45 years of industry experience behind us, but the way we do business is the same as the day we opened our doors: we're still family owned, still in Iowa, and still committed to new technology, quality materials, and using a local workforce. Our goal is the same, too: Don't be the largest, just be the best.
We’re looking to forward to adding popcorn to Friday happy hour!
All items are available on Paragon’s online store.
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