A Look Back At A Year of David Muir's 'Made in America'

American companies experience great success as more jobs are created right here in the U.S.A.
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and to made incc1: America, our christmas finale here tonight with your one thing made in america this year and if you thought it wasn't going to make a difference, wait until you see the jobs you've wrapped under the christmas tree, too. Reporter: This year we set out to make this a december to remember, but we had no idea so many of you at home would make it the best one yet, thousands of you answering that age old question -- what would you like for christmas. Reporter: The answer, gifts, made in america. Something we noticed right from the start. "World news" tonight? Reporter: Before we could even ask -- I didn't even get to ask you. Reporter: Thousands of you tweeting us, sending us your video. Everything is made in america. Reporter: Everything? She's's still going and going. We reported on clothing, after all those situps a knockout punch. They've gone from one factory to five. On this christmas eve they are comfortable, telling us their staff as tripled. Then that message from the all american clothing company in ohio. It takes you straight to the farmer who grew the cotton. You'll remember we tested it out ourselves, ordering up a pair of those jeans, put in the number and look, we met the farmers from ohio. Hi, david. Hi, america. We're the nick kl family. Our jeans are made in america. Reporter: On this christmas eve, a new message. Thank you abc. With your support we were able to double our orders and hire employees. Reporter: Those are the new workers right behind him. Thank you "world news"! Reporter: Those t-shirts with that american flag wrapped around their mission. On the left proudly designed in california. On the right something else we noticed, t-shirts they called the sawyer. That t-shirt company sales up 300% since that report. That 30,000 square foot factory in detroit, made in america coming back to life. What are they making? The answer right in the reflection of that magnifying glass, watches made in america. This viewer hoping this wrapped gift from her husband will be a shinola watch. I'm hoping it's my very own green watch. Reporter: Just a few more hours until she finds out. Those elves at the north pole tonight facing stiff competition, workers back on the job in detroit and we wanted to see what they made. On the way the made in america team spotted. We won't forget the husband who told us his wife is in this year. I can't get to watch sports, man. I got to buy a new tv. She's watching "world news"? Yes. Reporter: Suddenly we spot the showroom, proof that quality watches can be made right here. We had a hard time picking our favorite, this one or this one or this one. On this christmas eve, just listen. Hi, david. We're back on the job. Reporter: After "world news" reported on the american come back. Shinola.Com crashed. Reporter: Your own christmas message for detroit. Because of the amazing demand for watches, our current plan calls for us to hire at least 100 people. Reporter: Tonight here their message for all of you at home. Made in america! Thank you "world news"! Reporter: New jobs created just in time for the new year. We couldn't have done it without all of you.

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