Zu makes it into Made Here Made Well's 10 Holiday Gift Ideas Made in the USA
...Americans spend an average of $831 on gifts during the holidays, according to American Express. If we only directed an additional $3.33 towards American made products, Moody’s estimates we’d be able to create 10,000 new jobs in this country. It sounds simple enough but even I know that finding gifts for the person who has everything is a challenge in itself, let alone a gift that’s made in America. Which is why I’m proud to present the best of all worlds: Gifts that are made here, made well and made to potentially inject some much-needed life into the American economy with every purchase.And coming in at #4 on their list is Zu Audio
For the Audiophile: We don’t make electronics here anymore, but we do manufacture some amazing high-end speakers. If the audiophile on your list has been truly nice this year, a pair of Zu Audio speakers would do the trick. Go to their website and picture a pair of Omen Bookshelf speakers sitting in a den somewhere in your house. HiFi looks and sounds as awesome as it ever did – supplied from Ogden, Utah across America to your eardrums. The first letter in audio is Z.Also on their list: Martin Guitars, Ebbets Field Flannels, Red Wing Shoes, Bowery Lane Bicycles, Channel Craft's Toys, Milwaukee's corded power tools, Cut Brooklyn's Chef Knives, Faribault Woolen Mill Company, and The Original Slinky.