Kuma Showcased at Made in America Week
During Made in America Week in Washington D.C., Kuma Stoves will represent Idaho, displaying one of their signature wood stoves, the Kuma Ashwood.
In last week’s press conference United States President Trump stated:
“On Made in America Day and during Made in America Week, we celebrate the importance of American manufacturing, construction, agriculture, mining, and entrepreneurship to our Nation’s prosperity and economic vitality. Made in America products represent the global gold standard for quality, innovation, and craftsmanship and the output of a highly skilled workforce that is second to none.”
Kuma Stoves President Mike Freeman believes part of the reason his business is thriving is because its products are Made in the U.S.A. The Northern Idaho based stove company was chosen to represent Idaho at Made in America week on the south lawn of the White House.
“We’re not just building here in Idaho, but we’re also sourcing U.S. Materials.
If you have known our company for long, you know we are always excited to promote the idea of “Made in America”. We are especially excited to announce that today we arrived in Washington D.C. to display a Kuma model Ashwood at the White House for an event on July 23, 2018 showcasing American manufactured products from all 50 states.”
Jason Freeman and Jack Freeman of Kuma Stoves will attend the Made in American Product Showcase. They’ll showcase one of the company’s signature Ashwood model stoves during the event.
Check out one of Auburn Home & Energy Center’s Projects featuring the Kuma Ashwood Stove
installed in Auburn CA.
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