Go4 Made in America Mobile App December 18 2016, 0 Comments


Go4 Made In America LLC was formed in July 2012, by two long-time colleagues; Mike Sessions of San Diego, CA, and Gregg Harris of Denver, CO.  In late 2011, Gregg & Mike discussed combining their IT expertise to create a consumer-based solution that would benefit the “Made in America Community” (Manufacturers and Retailers of American-Made Products). Based on their own shopping experience frustrations, they felt a great need for a robust solution that could take advantage of modern mobile device capabilities (custom apps, Internet, GPS, camera, etc.), to make it much easier for Consumers to find Products with a “Made in the USA” label while on-the-go.  But this first required they expand their desktop solution skills to the latest software technologies required for smart phone & mobile database development.  After 12 months of self-training and many long days, as well as overcoming numerous hurdles, their “Go4 USA” iOS-based mobile app was born and first released on December 11, 2012.  It is a FREE download on the App Store and can be installed on any iOS-based device (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) running iOS 7.1 or later. Click here to download on the App Store.

For our #AmericanMadeChristmas, Go4 Made In America has special holiday prices for their T-Shirt & Dog Tag combos.  For only $15, enthusiastic Supporters can get a “Go4 USA Mobile Army” T-Shirt in one of 3 colors (Army Green, Black, or White), in one of 4 unisex sizes (S-M-L-XL) along with a “Go4 Made In America” Dog Tag w/black Silencer on a 27” or 30” ball chain (based on shirt size).  All of their memorabilia is proudly “Made in the USA.” Shop here.

Go4 Made In America also has special holiday pricing for Josh Miller’s “Made in the USA: The 30-Day Journey" documentary DVD combined with one of Go4 Made in America's Dog Tags. For only $12, the DVD case is personally autographed by Josh Miller, and comes with their special “Made in USA: USA30DAYS.com” Dog Tag w/black Silencer on a 4” ball chain.  Details on Josh’s must-see documentary can be found at http://www.usa30days.com. Shop here.