What is the difference between Members and Sponsors?

Any company, organization, or individual can be a sponsor, unless they manufacture a product (convert raw materials into finished goods), in which case they are only eligible to be a member.

In order to be a member, the company must make at least one product in the USA. Our AMM definition is at least 50% of the cost, including labor, materials, and overhead, must be of US origin, and the final transformation or assembly must take place in the US. The American Made Matters logo can only be used by members in good standing for products which qualify.

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