We had some special guests here at Ranger today. New Jersey Lt Governor Kim Guadagno and the Mayor of Tinton Falls, Michael Skudera, stopped by as a part of the Lt. Governor’s tour of the Garden State’s manufacturing sector that is going on all this month.
We had the opportunity to give them a tour of our facility and talk about ways our local and state government can help us continue to grow while creating additional local jobs by utilizing New Jersey’s Business Action Center.
During her visit, the Lt Governor, who is a resident of nearby Monmouth Beach, was amazed to see the wide range of products that are produced right in her own backyard.
We talked about how many of our “raw materials” are produced or sourced right here in NJ – everything from plastic bottles and stamp pad cases to the special bubble gum scent that goes into our 4oz stamp cleaner! We were proud to show Lt. Governor Guadagno the products that we export to countries all around the world, as well as the products that we produce by partnering with other “Made In USA” companies such as Art Gone Wild, Vintaj, and Crafter’s Workshop.
It was an absolute honor to have Lt. Governor Guadagno and Mayor Skudera visit our headquarters. We are proud to be made in NJ and look forward to continuing to produce great products right here in the USA.
What do you think? Do you look for products that are made in the USA when you shop? If so, what are some of your favorite products that are made close to home?