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Learn How One American Manufacturer Is Fighting to Keep Jobs in the USA

POMONA, CA--(Marketwired - April 04, 2014) - Coleman® Spas is a company that understands the importance of keeping jobs in the United States. Committed to keeping over 200 workers employed, this leading spa manufacturer believes in the American Dream "the opportunity for prosperity, success, and upward social mobility achieved through hard work." This message ignites drive and determination in the hearts of all who work to keep production going in the Southern California factory each day. 

Coleman® is a brand with a strong legacy of innovation and American Tradition determined to do their part in strengthening the economic and social structure of American families. The Coleman® story started over 114 years ago when W.C. Coleman saw a new type of lamplight that burned with a strong, steady white flame. It was unlike anything available at the time. His vision was to bring this new form of light to farms and ranches across America. In that same vein Coleman® Spas is still working to enhance the lives of American people by creating jobs and continuing to be innovative in designing well built products at affordable prices. "Built Strong in America, for America" will resonate through communities across the country as the spa manufacturer spreads their message to dealers and consumers alike; Coleman® Spas is investing in the American economy one spa at a time.

When an American made product is purchased by a consumer it means they have given manufacturers a reason to keep jobs in the USA. Keeping Americans employed means working class families have money for education, homes, and yes home resort items such as spas that were not previously afforded. It is amazing how buying American made products can trigger a positive economic cycle which will eventually have an upward effect on the quality of life for Americans across the nation and it all can be done by purchasing products that are Made in the USA. 

Small or large any purchase of products Made in the USA helps a member of an American community flourish. By encouraging consumers to make a conscience decision to buy American made products, Coleman® Spas will help build the economy and rejuvenate the strength and determination of the American spirit.

To learn more about Coleman® Spas visit www.colemanspas.com. Members of the media interested in speaking with a Coleman® Spas representative contact Amy Malone, [email protected] or 909-620-0480.

About Coleman® Spas

The Coleman® story began over 114 years ago when W.C. Coleman began manufacturing lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. Since then, Coleman® has built its trusted reputation based on its beliefs that nothing is really sold until it gives 100% satisfaction and that every Coleman® product must be the best of its kind. Customers trust that Coleman® products will provide all the comforts of home on any dark and cool night under the stars. Coleman® has been a respected name in the world of outdoor recreation for decades and has gained a solid reputation with consumers by manufacturing the world's best camping products.

The same innovation and exploration that ignited Coleman® lanterns has inspired the creation of the Coleman® Spas collection. Coleman® Spas are manufactured in the United States with cutting-edge technology and affordability. Coleman®Rugged Rotomold Spas, Acrylic Spas and Swim Spas are built with quality and can be trusted to last from generation to generation. Buy Coleman® Spas and buy with confidence. 

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