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Bullet Blues represents FL at White House Made in America Product Showcase

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White House Made in America Product Showcase: Bullet Blues is recognized by the White House for its efforts to keep manufacturing jobs in America.

Bullet Blues Represents Florida at White House Made in America Product Showcase

Coral Springs, Florida – Monday, July 23, Bullet Blues, a Florida company committed to making American-made designer jeans and other apparel, joins President Donald J. Trump, Vice- President Mike Pence, members of the Administration and staff for a  White House “Made in America Product Showcase.”

Bullet Blues joins American-made iconic companies like Stetson (featured in 2017), as the jeans’ company represents the State of Florida for the event.

Learn more about the “Made in America Product Showcase” at the White House website article describing the 2017 showcase.

“I’m so honored and thrilled to have our efforts highlighted in this way,” said Bullet Blues Designer and Owner Isabelle Benoit. “We work hard to keep manufacturing jobs in the United States, and we are delighted to represent Florida.”

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Isabelle Benoit, owner and designer for Bullet Blues Apparel, is on her way to Washington D.C. to represent the State of Florida in the President’s “Made in America Product Showcase.”

President Trump hosts companies from across the country to celebrate and highlight each state’s effort and commitment to American-made goods. Businesses from each of the 50 states have been invited to display their products made and produced in the United States. Learn more in this 2017 article by Merrit Kennedy at National Public Radio (NPR), “Washington Highlights ‘Made in America’ Products from each state. NPR described the participants from the 2017 Showcase.

Bullet Blues will feature some of its American-made products, including: Women’s designer jeans, men’s designer jeans, women’s designer dresses, tops and men’s attire.

  • WHO:              Isabelle Benoit, Designer and Owner, Bullet Blues
  • WHERE:         South Lawn and State Floor at the White House
  • WHEN:            Monday, July 23, 2018

Learn more about the importance of American-made clothing and manufacturing for American workers in our recent series of blog posts, earlier this summer.

Categories:   American made jeans, Clothing made in USA, General