New Branson Store Has Customers Buying American Made Products

A new Branson shop just opened its doors for business mid-September, featuring only American made goods and an old fashioned soda fountain that serves all kinds of beverages including delicious milkshakes, malts and coffee.

The first of its kind in Branson, Made In The USA General Store features 5,000 feet of clothing, toys, food, home decor, specialty gifts and more — all made in the U.S.A.

The general store is located inside the Branson Mill Craft Village on Gretna Rd., and is set up like an old-time general store featuring a welcoming front porch exterior, complete with rocking chairs.

Made In The USA General Store really does have it all, from specialty candies, jams and mixes to handcrafted furniture, clothing and soaps. And the fact that it’s all made right here in America makes it even more desirable because when you buy here, you’re not just buying American made products, you’re providing jobs for those who manufacture them.

The store has an open floor plan with inviting and organized displays that make it enjoyable to browse and look through the variety of products. I definitely recommend stopping by for a peek if you get the chance.

The Made In The USA General Store is an awesome addition to the Branson Mill Craft Village and I expect it will be attracting lots of new visitors over the next few weeks.

For more information, visit the Made In The USA General Store Facebook page.

The Branson Mill Craft Village is at 3300 Gretna Rd., Branson, just down the road from The Shoppes at Branson Meadows. It’s open 7 days a week from 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.

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