Friday, July 30, 2010

Ramblers Way, Revitalizing America

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Ramblers Way. All opinions are 100% mine.


I live in Leeds, Alabama. It is a small town in the South. I have witness how the life and the business of downtown Leeds has deteriorated. Four years ago, when I moved here in Leeds, there were still few shops that are visible in the main street. Over the years, the main street has become desolate. There are only a couple of small businesses left. You can even count them in your fingers. National chain stores and big malls have run out small businesses in our area. My mother-in-law used to tell me that 15 or 20 years ago, Downtown Leeds was a busy street with small businesses in every corner of the street. Businesses ranges from printing, gift shops, clothes, shoes, candy store, small grocery, pharmacy, pet store and more. It is sad how the economy has affected small-time businesses.

Ramblers Way's commitment in revitalizing America is worthy of high praise. They are dedicated to help bring back the life of the Main Streets. They brought manufacturing facilities into distressed small towns to help revitalize its communities. Their main office is a fully refurbished building that was originally built in 1792 and is located in downtown Kennebunk, Maine. Ramblers Way promotes sustainability and continuous improvement. Their next to skin worsted wool products that are Made in America came from their grown Rambouillet wool which they got from their own sheep farms.

Let's support Rambles Way and let's help bring back life to the main streets of America!

Visit my sponsor: Made in America

1 comment:

Mama Ko said...

yaya kapaspasa sa inahan uy sirit mn lang hehe

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