Buck Knives Represents Idaho at White House Made in America Product Showcase

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posted on July 19, 2019
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For the third year in a row, a company representing the outdoor industry was recognized during the Made in America Product Showcase at the White House. Buck Knives represented Idaho during the event on July 15, 2019.
 
“It was an honor and a privilege to represent both the state of Idaho and our family's company in the White House,” said CJ Buck, CEO and chairman, Buck Knives. “Everyone was so very gracious and helpful. The interest that the president and his administration is showing and the actions they are taking to strengthen American manufacturing gives me great confidence.”
 
Buck Knives, a name in American knifemaking for more than 110 years, showcased several American-made knives and kitchen cutlery sets during the event.

For more, visit buckknives.com.

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