Janet Wischnia is one of the owners of Thomaston Mills, manufacturer of American Blossom Linens. Since she was 4 years old, she has been involved with the family business started by her grandfather. She learned from the ground up about the textile industry from sweeping the floors to manufacturing to marketing. She brought back American Blossom because she perceived people are looking for sustainable products, impeccably made in the USA by our friends and neighbors, products that will last and never go out of style. You might say they are obsessed with making sheets. Her extended family has been manufacturing in the USA for over 115 years in Thomaston, a wonderful town in the middle of Georgia, despite the fact that most of their competitors have moved all of their production overseas. Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, between 1990 and 2016 there were a total of 516,000 jobs lost in the textile industry; they took part in none of these job losses.
To stay ahead of the times, they cut out the retail locations and are bringing the linens to you via their e-commerce store. Now you can buy well-made luxury bedding at a very fair price directly from the manufacturer. American Blossom is directly responsible for approximately 90 jobs in America amongst others unaccounted for within our ecosystem by spending locally. When you invest in American Blossom, you are supporting sustainable agricultural practices, a reinvigoration of the once thriving textile industry, local supply chains, and your fellow Americans. When you choose American Blossom, you choose American quality, farm to bed!
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