Specter Studios shows us what an American-made Halloween looks like
In roughly 30 hours, children up and down the east coast of the United States will begin the much-beloved tradition of trick-or-treating. Their counterparts in the other time zones will follow suit not long after.
It's likely too late to influence your Halloween purchases for 2013, but the video below provides a timely reminder of how buying Made in the U.S.A. for any holiday supports our fellow Americans.
Specter Studios invited the Alliance for American Manufacturing to visit them in Pittsburgh earlier this year, and we were thrilled at the opportunity to learn more about what they do, and where they do it.
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