Made in America



This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.
I remember walking home from school everyday with my older brother (my kids will probably never really know this experience in their childhood....but that's another story.) and we loved it! A group of us would always stop at a mom and pop liquor store/candy store...and , well, buy candy!!

I miss those days, and even more so now because things are so different growing up for kids today. Mom and Pop stores are pretty much gone-- family owned businesses just seem to not be able to compete with the big companies now. For my kids, we live in a city where there is still a bit of 'small town'  feel to it, but nothing like when I was growing up.

I love to read and hear about family businesses that have survived and are going strong. It is like a piece of American history continues with them. Ramblers Way Farm is a family business that first started as "Tom's of Maine" 40 years ago. They were one of the first makers of natural personal care products. Rambler's way Farms was started with a desire to re-imagine wool, that is  Made in America, as a next-to-skin, superfine fabric, to warm and comfort people of all ages and walks. What makes this company special is their dedication to maintaining high standards of ecological responsibility, community involvement, and customer satisfaction. They bring opportunities to other family owned companies in the domestic wool industry,through their collaboration with farmers and producers around the country.

The Ramblers Way Corporate Office is a fully refurbished building that was originally built in 1792 how cool is that?) and is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine. The building has been restored to its original condition, while being modernized to meet today's environmental standards. Makes me think of that little candy store I used to visit daily with my big brother. How I wish that little building was still around!

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