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Made in America {Christmas) #1276546

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 18, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) The many ideas from viewers for Made in America Christmas items updated; scenes shown of many products: a San Antonio business turning old military uniforms into wreaths, from Boston, Colletty's Cookies, from Cincinnati custom-made picture frames, from Denver, Shuffle Golf, from Portland, Oregon, hoddies for dogs. [Wreath maker S/Sgt. Nicole POMPEI%, "COLLETTE" & her two WORKERS, picture frame MAKER, inventors Danielle & Jeff STOREY%, House Dogge's Angela MEDLIN - show their products; thank David for new orders.] [Yesterday, Oprah WINFREY - says we need to highlight creative ideas.]
Muir, David

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