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Liberty Bottleworks represents WA in 'Made In America' showcase in D.C.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - Locally owned business owners represented states in the Pacific Northwest today in Washington, D.C. at the 'Made In America' showcase.

Business leaders from all 50 states were at the White House this afternoon to showcase products that are made in America, including Liberty Bottleworks from Union Gap representing Washington state.

The showcase is meant to celebrate American-made products and encourage other companies in the U.S.

Sights and Scopes by Leupold and Stevens represented the state of Oregon, and engineered wood floors by Boise Cascade Company, for Idaho.

On Monday, President Donald J. Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, members of the Cabinet, Congress and Governors welcomed 50 companies, each representing a different state, to highlight and applaud their effort and commitment to American made products.  In doing so, President Trump also honors all American workers who for too long were forgotten by government.

In his speech to the Made-in-America product display which was both indoors and outdoors at the White House, the President reiterated his promise to the American people that he will be a champion for their cause.

“You construct and harvest the products that fill our homes, feed our families, and defend our nation, and enrich our lives.  I want to make a pledge to each one of you:  No longer are we going to allow other countries to break the rules, steal our jobs and drain our wealth—and it has been drained.”   

Later this week, the President will meet with a group of businessmen and women to discuss how the federal government can continue to negotiate on behalf of the American worker and continue to negotiate trade deals that will benefit all.