American Made USA WidePlotter Paper

Made in the USA WidePlotter Paper

Did you know that if each of us spent just $64 on American made goods during a two month period, the result would be 200,000 new American jobs? This fact comes from Diane Sawyer of ABC news who did her research and encouraged America to be conscious about purchasing American products beginning last Christmas. (here is a link to the footnote Made in the USA)
Now, did you know that the development of today’s processed paper we use in our Wide-format machines today was discovered, refined and implemented first in America over 100 years ago? The paper industry was an “American revolution” that changed the world.
American paper is a benchmark setter for the rest of the globe.  We do paper Right.  There is a new slogan, Choose American Products and “Make a Job”.  Every time we choose to keep our money here in America by purchasing American products we create American jobs.  Choosing Wide Format Paper Rolls here is “choosing American”.
Here are some Quality American Made products that for 19 years we have supported and seen not only help our customers save money, but deliver quality prints every-time:

Inkjet Premium Coated Bond
plotter-paper-rolls
hp-large-format-paper
inkjet-rolls
presentation-bond
wide-format-engineering-paper

steve A.


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3 Responses to American Made USA WidePlotter Paper

  1. Pingback: Made in the USA paper | Plotter Paper

  2. plotterpaper says:

    There is so much we can do for one another…I really believe that is the reason why we are here to begin with…..to see if we choose to help one another, to ‘make a difference’ somehow.

  3. JP Mathews says:

    Excellent point! My company is involved in many “charitable” projects, the best we can do is to support the USA.

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