Souvenirs are a top-selling category for retailers across the country. Made in USA souvenirs offer shoppers a stamp of quality and assurance in supporting American workers and companies. Here are some of our favorite Made in USA souvenirs for the upcoming season.
More Than a Candle candles are made with 100% soy wax, 100% braided cotton wicks with no lead, and burn for 35 – 40 hours.
More Than a Candle
Established in 1997, Journals Unlimited is the original creator of the guided journal format. They have the largest collection of guided journals in print. Each journal is made in the USA with recycled, acid-free, 70 lb. paper, and soy-based ink. They also print custom journals.
Trisha Waldron has been handcrafting jewelry for over twenty years. Her unique items make a beautiful gift or souvenir.
Trisha Waldron Designs
The Naked Bee offers Made in USA skin and bodycare products that are made with honey and natural ingredients.
The Naked Bee
Nostalgic, American-made candy is a sure crowd pleaser. Barrels of Yum offers a classic collection of hard candy flavors and a mix of new flavor developments.
Barrels of Yum
Your True Nature offers “advice from” stickers, bookmarks, posters, and more that detail cute pieces of “advice” from different animals. These souvenirs are perfect for parks, zoos, and other recreation retailers.
Your True Nature
Urban Charm offers custom, handmade jewelry that is perfect for name dropping.
Tupelo Honey is produced in the Tupelo ecosystem of the Altamaha and Apalachicola River Basins of Georgia and Florida. The company says this is the best crop year they have had since 1992 – this unique light and sweet honey is sure to please.
Savannah Bee Company
Copper Arts offers handmade jewelry with flower, animal, Western, and art deco designs in unique colors and prints.
Blue Moose Metals bottle openers are made from 100% steel right in Montana and come in a variety of fun and quirky designs.
Blue Moose Metals
All of these Made in USA souvenirs can be found at the 2018 IGES trade show this month, November 3rd – 7th in Sevierville and 4th – 7th in Pigeon Forge. Visit www.iges.us for more information.