American Chest Company, North Kingstown, RI,
When David “Mac” McLoughlin of American Chest Company in North Kingstown, RI, started his business 15 years ago, what was most important to him was that his products be American-made. In his search to increase production, while still maintaining the highest quality woodworking, Mac chose to partner with Amish craftsmen who are known for the integrity and beauty of their work.
American Chest Company offers a variety of heirloom quality chests, hand-crafted in America and made only from genuine North American hardwoods in timeless designs, including jewelry chests, watch chests and winders, silverware chests, and cigar humidors. Their products, made from genuine Cherry, Oak, Maple or Mahogany, can be purchased online at www.americanchest.com or at fine jewelry stores and other locations across New England. In fact, one of the Company’s claims to fame is they produce the Presentation Chests for Presidential Medals of Freedom awarded by our President!
Mac credits Washington Trust with providing his Company with a revolving line of credit that gives him the capital he needs to bring in the inventory necessary for increased sales, especially during the busy holiday season. So, if you’re looking for an extraordinary gift for your friends or family, built by Amish craftsmen, American Chest Company products make a unique and heartfelt gift any time of year!
American Chest Company is offering customers 15% off all online purchases. Just send Mac an email at Mac@AmericanChest.com, and he’ll send you a rebate check when your order ships!
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