1/26/2012 - For Immediate Release
Middlebury, VT—Whether it be a surge in "buy local" campaigns, a vow to avoid foreign made products, or an attempt to influence the economic situation of the United States, the sale products made in the US are experiencing a renaissance. Maple Landmark Woodcraft, in Middlebury, VT, has been fortunate to be a part of this renaissance.
"Several years ago, folks bought from us because our products weren't made in China—the recalls had spooked consumers. Now customers are buying from us because our products are made in America," comments Barbara Rainville, Marketing Manager. "While the reasons have only subtle differences it's a difference that seems to be paying off for us. We haven't changed our philosophy or values it's just that people have come around."
Maple Landmark Woodcraft's philosophy is simple—give consumers good value for their money, keep local, hire and keep great employees and be a responsible steward to both the community and the environment. Mike Rainville, founder and President of Maple Landmark, comments on their website that "Maple Landmark is local, with local materials, not something that happens 10,000 miles away. We craft a wide range of toys and gifts which follow American standards of product safety, employee safety, and environmental protection. No shortcuts. And we listen to our customers—what do they want."
Commitment to customers and quality has allowed Maple Landmark to post a record 4th quarter sales and a modest increase in business for 2011.
To learn more about Maple Landmark please visit www.maplelandmark.com
Contact: Barbara Rainville • 800-421-4223
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