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National Mail Order Association Comments on “Made in America” Google Device

The National Mail Order Association supports Google’s new product and its unique label of “Made in America”

(Tampa Bay, Fla.)  – With the National Mail Order Associations’ (NMOA) Made in America ‘Hot Product Contest’ open for voters, inventors, and future entrepreneurs, President and Chief Manager John Schulte supports Google’s decision to create the newest electronic device in the U.S.

In a recent article from BulldogReporter.com, it was announced that Google will develop the Nexus Q, a ball-shaped computing device designed to sit in the home and stream entertainment content from the company’s Google Play digital store, will have the famous, yet sorely missed, “Made in America” tag. The article states that not only is that a marketing tactic, but it may also signify an emerging age of American tech manufacturing (1).

In conjunction with their 40th Anniversary in business, NMOA is looking for as many American manufacturers as possible to have the chance to enter their product for the world to see. NMOA’s Made in America Hot Product Contest has one main goal:  helping the thousands of manufacturers and inventors around the USA.

“This is exactly what America needs-large businesses bringing ‘Made in America’ back into the picture,” commented John Schulte. “The Hot Product Contest is just one way to get more people involved and give new products a chance to come to fruition, but Google is taking it to the next level and starting the trend of American manufacturing.”

Contestants will submit their original products to the official contest website and online voters will decide the winner. Voters, via social media, will get to see products they never knew existed, rank how much they like the product using a 1-5 star system, and be able to communicate feedback about a product to the manufacturer. Drawings for free products will be held for registered voters.

The National Mail Order Association would like to thank the sponsors of this Made in America Hot Product Contest which includes: UY Systems Ltd, JoTo Public Relations, b.st. design, the Made in America Movement, Market Launchers, the Made in America Product Store, the Inventors Center of Kansas City, the Inventors Society of South Florida, the Tampa Bay Inventors Council, the Inventors Association of Arizona, the Inventors Association of Saint Louis, the Minnesota Inventors Congress, and Buy Direct USA.

For more information about the contest, visit http://www.nmoa.org/contest.

About National Mail Order Association:
The mission of the NMOA is to provide education, information, and business connections to entrepreneurs and small businesses around the world for the purposes of selling products and services through the use of direct marketing and mail order sales tactics. Today the NMOA is comprised of the President and Chief Manager, John D. Schulte, his staff, and a growing number of prominent industry experts that volunteer information and education. The NMOA was founded in 1972 by mail order expert and advertising man Paul Muchnick in order to help small to midsize businesses and entrepreneurs involved in, or wishing to be involved in mail order marketing, now commonly referred to as direct marketing. For more information on the National Mail Order Association, visit http://www.nmoa.org.

(1) Bulldogreporter.com June 28, 2012: Google’s New Entertainment-Streaming Device, the Nexus Q, Carries With It Something That Virtually No Other Consumer-Tech Device Can Claim — A “Made In the U.S.A.” Insignia: Web Giant Looks To Tap National Pride To Gain Market Traction Over .://www.bulldogreporter.com/dailydog/article/googles-new-entertainment-streaming-device-nexus-q-carries-it-something-virtually-n

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