Mel Ellis

Politics related to health care are complicated; promotional products associated with health and fitness are not.

HumphreyLine, based in Florence, Ky. announced independent testing was recently completed and found the company was 100 percent proposition 65 compliant, 100 percent Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) compliant and 100 percent compliant (by audit) with all relevant FDA regulations.

IT’S HARD NOT to detect a sense of pride in the tone of business owners who manufacture domestically. The whole thing can be likened to a proud father announcing the birth of his firstborn son. At this year’s PPAI Expo in Las Vegas, this writer marveled at the countless booths that donned the “Made in the USA” designation. From household items constructed of plastic derived from U.S.-grown corn to U.S.-manufactured T-shirts decorated with crystals, the selections were endless. Then, it suddenly made sense—despite all the hype of overseas manufacturing purported to being the wave of the future, American manufacturing continues to thrive in

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