3 River Street
White Springs, Florida 32096
Chairman of the Board
America has the richest, most diverse economy in the world.
Not surprisingly, therefore, products from around the world flow into our extraordinary
market every day.
In theory, these imports should be good for everyone involved, both here and abroad.
But in reality, it is not.
In far too many cases, foreign workers are exploited as cheap labor.
At the same time, the balance between domestic and foreign goods consumed
in our economy has shifted so much,
that America is now too dependent on foreign made goods.
Last year alone, we bought $175 billion more goods from abroad than
the world bought from us.
Said another way, we became $175 billion poorer last year as we sent
our money overseas.
The result of this unequal exchange is the loss of at least 3.5 million
jobs per year and a stagnating standard of living for most Americans.
Left unchecked, this imbalance guarantees a diminished future for
both our children and ourselves.
But this need not be.
Fortunately, the solution lies neither in our politics nor with our
but with each of us.
It is simple -- buy goods made in America by American workers.
Once we do, domestic production will rise, unemployment will fall,
the tax base will grow,
the federal budget can be balanced, and most important,
we will pass onto the next generation the chance to lead a life
better than ours.
Buying American, moreover, does not mean spending more.
If each of us, for instance, shifted only $55 of our monthly
purchases from foreign-made goods
to products Made in the USA,
there would be no trade deficit at all.
Nor does Buying American mean buying fewer or inferior goods for the same dollar.
As we'll find out, American workers and companies are winners.
By any measure - price, quality, innovation, or service -- they are producing
goods that are equal to
and most often superior to anything produced anywhere by anyone.
America's indomitable can-do spirit is evident in the products in our catalog.
The goal of Project USA and the thousands of Project USA distributors
throughout this country is to
help solve America's trade and economic problems by offering top-quality,
competitively priced US-made goods.
Our Project USA buyers are finding thousands of such goods which will soon
grace the pages of our catalogs.
We are also finding that the can-do spirit is alive and well across the country.
Working together, we can solve our economic problems and make a better future
for our children and ourselves.
On behalf of Project USA and our distributors, thank you for your patronage