Originally Posted by gatorpit
What ever you look at or buy, GO AMERICAN MADE.
Location: Old Country BBQ Pits is based in Laredo Texas. This allows us to have the manufacturing facilities in Mexico. By fabricating in Mexico with a combination of American materials and Mexican labor the cost of fabricating the smokers is reduced tremendously.
That info is sort of hidden - there used to be a direct link to it from one of the main pages. Now there's only this:
"This is our shop, our BBQ smokers and BBQ grills, as well as every thing else we sell, is made here including the fire pits which we press ourselves."
Which presumably is in Nuevo
Laredo. since the actual street address for the company isn't a warehouse facility. (It's 1919 E. Saunders, Suite 31 in Laredo).
Addendum: I'm not knocking stuff being made in Mexico (plenty of automotive manufacturing occurs there; also electronics, and most hot water heaters just to name some prominent things). But if buying from an American firm is a consideration, that information is relevant.