Utah company showcased at White House for ‘Made in America’ festival

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WASHINGTON D.C. (News4Utah)-  A Utah business was honored at the White House Monday as part of President Trump’s “Made in America” week.

The Trump administration is honoring workers and companies who make “Made in America” their standard.

Steven Allred from Payson is the owner of Liberty Safes. He says it’s very important to him for their products to be built and made in the U.S.

“We’ve invested over $30 million of capital to bring all of our jobs back to the U.S.,” Allred said.

The White House honored him and 49 others and showed off products from all 50 states made and produced in America.

State

City

Company

Product

Alabama

Moulton

Red Land Cotton

Cotton Linens

Connecticut

Shelton

The Wiffle Ball Inc

Plastic Baseball bats and balls

California

Irvine

K-CO Innovations

Little Big Shot

Florida

Coral Springs

Bullett Blues

USA Sourced Jeans

Hawaii

Honolulu

Kamaka Ukulele

Instruments

Iowa

Muscatine

Kent Feeds

Livestock Feed

Kansas

Wichita

BG Products Inc

Equipment to Service Vehicles

Maryland

Bethesda

Lockheed Martin

F 35

Mississippi

Greenwood

Viking Range

Stoves

New Mexico

Albuquerque

Ernest Thompson

USA Sourced Furniture

New York

Sherrill

Sherrill Manufacturing

Flatware

North Dakota

Wahpeton

Giant Snacks

Sunflower Seeds

Ohio

Youngstown

City Machine Technologies

Industrial Magnets

Pennsylvania

Brookville

BWP Bats

Baseball Bats

Rhode Island

Block Island

Colonial Mills

Rugs and Home Accessories

South Carolina

Charleston

Brackish Bow Ties

Bow Ties

Texas

Amarillo

Beck Cowboy Boots

Cowboy Boots

Utah

Payson

Liberty Safes

Gun Safes

Virginia

Gretna

Capps Shoe Company

Shoes

Click here to see a list of other products Made in America.

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