Now more than ever, we appreciate our friends. The people out there doing their
jobs and serving the community. To our factory workers and store associates joining the fight, and
everyone on the frontlines working to keep the rest of us healthy and safe, thank you for continuing to
inspire us with all you do.
Now more than ever, we appreciate our friends. The people out there doing their jobs and
serving the community. To our factory workers and store associates joining the fight, and everyone on the
frontlines working to keep the rest of us healthy and safe, thank you for continuing to inspire us with all
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Dearborn, MI 48126
Today’s DIY is tomorrow’s “Made in America.” Carhartt, like the United States itself, has long
appreciated and valued the hard workers who hone their craft in our country. Our roots have grown
from this American-made sentiment.
We tip our hats to those who are proud to say that they built it in the USA.
Detroit Bikes are built in a city with manufacturing prowess and a deep tradition of biking. Their
factory has the capacity to produce 100 bicycles a day. Their mission? To encourage cycling by
making an accessible, enjoyable bicycle while continuing Detroit’s legacy of quality manufacturing
Drought was created by five sisters who longed for commercially available and viable fresh, raw
juice. Drought is committed to offering raw beverages hand-crafted with deep regard for organic
growing practices, seasonal harvests and local suppliers.
The Detroit Wood Type Co. was created out of a need for unique wood type for letterpress printing.
After trying to obtain historic wood type from various sources, and seeing how expensive those
historic typefaces were, they rolled up our sleeves and began making their own.
Rob McGowan and Ben Olson started Fin Art Co equipped with natural design sensibilities and a simple
curiosity to see what their hands could produce. They started building modern furniture for
themselves and their friends. Today, Rob and Ben are commissioned nationwide to craft custom
Chicago Wisdom Project strives to engage today's youth with imaginative education. Embracing
immersion tactics to inspire teamwork and a new perspective on relationships, the wisdom project
gets kids off the street and into the farmland of southwest Michigan.
From the rugged Four Corners of the American southwest comes Nathaniel's of Colorado. Owned and
operated by Native American Master Hatter Nate Funmaker, Nathaniel's creates custom hats of the
finest quality available.
Rusty has been making saddles and leather accessories for over 40 years. His techniques used for
making saddles were learned from many years of apprenticeship with Master Saddle Makers. His saddles
are famous the world over for quality and craftsmanship.
New Holland Brewing
New Holland Brewing Company is a company located in Holland, Michigan. The company operates a
microbrewery, a distillery and a restaurant/pub in their hometown. They are the makers of the
Carhartt Woodsman, our 125th anniversary brew. These brewers are true craftsmen, and that's what
made this Carhartt collaboration a no-brainer.
Ryan and Emily Lange are the co-owners of the Chicago-based workshop, Handmade America. They are
dreamers and makers of so many different projects it's hard to pinpoint a moniker. And
that's why we love them.
Hamilton Carhartt said, "When I make a sale, I make a permanent friend." The Pope Family, owners
of Powers Clothing in Jonesville, Michigan are the embodiment of what Ham meant. After 124 years of
selling Carhartt, the two family-owned businesses have a special bond. That's because Powers
Clothing is the oldest retailer of Carhartt on the planet.
In 1892, Hamilton Carhartt drove his horse and cart down the muddy and arduous Rt. 12 (better known
today as Michigan Ave), going town-to-town selling his durable work wear. When he reached Jonesville, he
met the 1st generation of Powers Clothing and they struck a deal; as long as the product stood up for
itself, Powers would stand behind it. Four generations later, they still honor their deal.
Everyday, and especially on small business Saturday, we tip our hats and send a very special thank
you to everybody at Powers Clothing in Jonesville, Michigan.
Visit their store: 227 E Chicago St. Jonesville, MI 49250