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Apple's Choice to Move Mac Production to the U.S. Shows Importance of American Brand Loyalty, Says FreeWebsite.com(December 10, 2012)
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
FreeWebsite.com released an article today citing Apple's choice to move Mac production to the United States next year as a reason for all businesses to focus on connecting with American consumers. According to NBC News, Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, announced last Thursday that the company would be moving some of its Mac production to the U.S. next year. This move will cost the company an estimated $100 million.
The article goes on to talk about the trend of companies moving jobs back to the U.S. and how this strategy will help build American brand loyalty. Cook never said which lines of Mac computers would be produced in the U.S., or where the production facility would be. He did state, however, that the production would include the creation of cases and printing of circuit boards.
Apple's strategic plan to move jobs back to the United States is impressive for many reasons," said a representative for FreeWebsite.com. "The company is playing off of the American economical state to not only benefit consumers by adding more jobs, but to build brand loyalty through supporting their country of origin. This act shows the importance of American consumers to companies of all shapes and sizes and gives a great example of how to truly connect with a demographic."
FreeWebsite.com combines customized expert web design with significant content to make both personal and business websites successful. The company helps its users increase traffic through search engine optimization and social media marketing tactics. Freewebsite.com provides outstanding customer service and offers a wide variety of plans that can fit any budget.
To read the article, visit http://www.freewebsite.com/mac-in-usa/
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