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Team U.S.A.’s Opening Ceremony Uniforms Made in America

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Team U.S.A. has unveiled their opening ceremony uniforms for the Sochi Winter Games and they are completely made in the U.S.A.  During the 2012 games in London the Olympic committee came under fire for having America’s opening ceremony uniforms made by Chinese workers. This time around they didn’t make the same mistake.

Ralph Lauren designed the uniform to worn by the U.S.A. Olympic team during the opening ceremonies and made sure they were 100% American made. The yarn is from Oregon, the spinning was done in Pennsylvania, the material was dyed in North Carolina and the assembly was near Los Angeles. Entirely made in the good old U.S.A.

Nydailynews.com

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