Holiday Gift Guide, Pt. 1

Holiday Gift Guide, Pt. 1

If Americans spend just $64 on American-made gifts this year, it would create 200,000 new jobs in this country. Labor 411 is here to help make that a reality. We present our first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide, with only the highest quality, union-made products.
As always, look for the Made in the USA stamp.

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Chocolate and Candy (For a significant other, or anyone with a sweet tooth)
Almond Roca
Ghirardelli Chocolates
Jelly Belly
Hershey’s Kisses
Russell Stover
See’s Candies
Attire (For those with style)
Ben Davis
Brooks Brothers
Brown & Church
Franklin Clothing
Hugo Boss
Jones New York
Oshkosh B’ Gosh
Oxford Clothing
Pendleton Woolen Mills
Schott N.Y.C.
Tools (For the Mr. or Mrs. Fix-It in the family)
Black & Decker
Craftsman (Sears)
Klein Tools
Ridgid (Home Depot)
SnapOn Tools
Stanley Hand Tools
Union Tools (Sears, Agway, Razorback)
Sporting Goods (For anyone who wants to get out and play!)
Louisville Slugger
Russell Athletic
Top Flite Golf Balls
Wilson Footballs
Whiskey (For the boss or your best bud)
Basil Hayden
Buffalo Trace Eagle Rare
Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel
Kentucky Gentleman
Kessler Blended
Knob Creek
Mount Vernon Rye
Old Grand-Dad
Old Overholt
Sazerac Rye
Single Oak Project
Van Winkle
W.L. Weller
Wild Turkey  

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