9/11 tribute concert to be held at Made In America Store
On Saturday, Sept. 8, the Made In America Store will be hosting a 9/11 tribute event, bringing live performances, numerous vendor stands and even food merchandisers. 2012 will kick off their third annual Sept. 11 tribute event.
Mark Andol, owner and creator of the Made In America Store, likes to honor those who served the United States over the years by hosting free events. Most events present live performances from local musicians and the Made In America Store's own Nashville Recording Artist, Ricky Lee.
This year’s 2012 event will include appearances by Not Quite Right and Ricky Lee & The Mustangs.
Adding to the list of things to do, the Made In America Store will have meet and greets with some of the vendors at the Made In America Store and an All American Raffle.
As always, Military Veteran Matt Hannah from “Insane Chain” will be doing live chainsaw demonstrations. Food will be provided by Dale's Rollin' Smoke BBQ.
Saturday will also kick off the Motorcycle Poker Run, where bikers can register at Ken's Service & Sales. The bike run will go through Elma, Wales, Strykersville, Arcade and then hit the Made In America Store to enjoy the event and eventually ending at the American Grille.
"The consumer has a lot of power," says Store Owner, Mark Andol, "Vote with your dollar."
Made In America Store is located at 900 Maple Road in Elma, and is committed to selling 100 percent American manufactured products. You can visit www.MadeInAmericaStore.com for more information or shop the store’s catalog of more than 3,500 products from more than 290 vendors that are devoted to producing USA made products.
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