Brands by State
Made in North Carolina
Ball and Buck
With their name being inspired by George Washington and the American Revolution, it comes as no surprise that Ball and Buck is dedicated to American manufacturing! Founded in 2008, they strive to create quality American made apparel and accessories that only get better with age!
Born in Maine in 1984, Burt's Bees has continued their mission of providing simple, natural, and responsible skin care products. Now based in Durham, NC, they believe the right mix of ingredients from the earth help nourish your skin, giving it a fresh vitality that comes from balance.
Makers of popular oral hygiene products, Crest manufactures a variety of toothpastes right here in the USA in Greensboro, NC. While some Crest toothpaste is made internationally, every tube without a marked country of origin is made domestically.
Headquartered in Avon, OH, Duck Brand products continue to be a world leader in industrial and consumer duct tapes and adhesives. With a large portion of their product line made in Ohio, they are the go-to brand for the really tough Duck Tape jobs, and they now also offer a wide range of craft supplies.
Farm to Feet
Committed to creating the world's best wool socks using an all-American recipe, Farm to Feet uses only US materials, manufacturing and labor in the production of their socks. They offer Hiking, Everyday, Hunt/Fish, Snow Sports, Multi-Sport, Running, Tactical and Equestrian socks, all 100% US made.
Fulton & Roark
With a focus on making a man's process of getting ready simpler and more enjoyable, Fulton & Roark has created a line of high quality grooming products built for the way men operate. From their signature solid cologne to their skin care products, they make grooming a pleasure.
Founded in 2009 by brother and sister duo, Christian and Carmin Black, with only $200 and a passion to change the lives of people in need, HALF UNITED is helping lead the charge against hunger. Handcrafting jewelry in North Carolina, for every item sold 7 meals are donated to a child in need.
Lee Wolfe Pottery
Eerging from the organic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, NC, Lee Wolfe Pottery crafts stoneware that is clay fired in oxidation using glazes formulated for safe and enduring functional use. Lee Wolfe makes dinnerware, bathroom accessories and other ceramic home goods.
Liz and Roo
Liz and Roo offers a wide assortment of modern crib bedding designs all made with love in the USA and sewn by hand. Their signature product is the Bumperless Crib Bedding Set, featuring a crib rail cover to replace traditional bumpers. Separates and mix and match crib bedding also available.
Polarmax is the retail brand of Longworth Industries, Inc. located in Southern Pines and Candor, NC. For over 3 decades they have been a distinguished leader and innovator in next-to-skin layers. With aggressive fabric development and product testing, they continue to be one of the nation's top next-to-skin apparel manufacturers.
A global leader in mattress design, manufacturing, and distribution since 1870, Simmons, with the help of United Furniture Industries, has expanded their time-honored quality to sofas, chairs and other household furniture items. Today they maintain facilities in California, Mississippi, and North Carolina.
Founded with the idea "Keep it American" in mind, owner and president Wallace Thompson wanted to have a jean that was top quality, rugged, and great fitting, but also wanted to keep the price so everyone could take advantage of this idea. Vowing to never move his North Carolina factory overseas, everything they make is 100% made in the USA.
The Home T
Featured on the hit show Shark Tank, The Home T is a brand with purpose. Dedicated to helping you show off the place you call home, they offer insanely soft tees, apparel and home goods that represent all 50 US states. They also donate 10% of their profits to multiple sclerosis research.
The Oriole Mill
Located in Hendersonville, NC, The Oriole Mill carefully crafts a variety of reversible matelassé coverlets and unconventional bedding combinations. Doing everything from weaving the fabric to finishing the product, they pay extraordinary attention to quality and detail in both the look and feel of their entire collection.
Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company has been manufacturing bedroom furniture since 1919. Employing about 700 people in factories based in Galax, VA, and Elkin, NC, 100 percent of their furniture is crafted here in the United States by American employees. In fact, Vaughan-Bassett is now the largest manufacturer of wooden adult bedroom furniture in the United States.