ELMA, N.Y. (WIVB) - An Elma store is expanding to offer more merchandise that's madein America.
This weekend, owner Mark Andol opened an additional 1,800 ofspace in his "Made in America" store on Maple Street. On thisholiday meant to celebrate our nation, it's a place where Americanscan buy American.
Made in America store manager Tim Hayes said, "The 4th of Julyour main focus is 100 percent American, right down to thepackaging, the labeling, everything has to be 100 percent, and wehave to take our country back. And the response, again, has beenawesome."
Veterans and active service personnel receive a discount. Thestore receives calls and orders from as far away as the PacificNorthwest.
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