Made In America: A New MarketScale Original Series

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Why stay in America?

In today’s global marketplace there are are still companies surviving and thriving right in our own backyard. We’re hitting the road in search of America’s most interesting companies to answer one question: Why are you proud to be made in America?

Our series begins in Lexington, Kentucky with Big Ass Fans, a company that has been building blades in the Bluegrass State since 1999.

From airports to restaurants and sports venues, Big Ass fans has left a big mark across a number of industries. Step inside the company’s headquarters to find out how they make their iconic fans.

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Future Episodes:

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Marucci Sports

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