Made in America: Olympic Uniform Victory

A first look at Team USA's opening ceremony uniforms.
3:00 | 01/23/14

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Now, to a "Made in America" victory tonight. The olympics just weeks away. You'll remember the last time our "Made in America" team discovering the opening ceremony uniforms for our team, made ov overseas. So, we asked about our other American team, the workers in factories and stores across the country. It's the first look at team usa's opening ceremony uniforms, with the olympics in sochi just weeks away. The traditional American patchwork design, the stars and stribs, the olympic rings and of course, the American flag. And for the first time, Ralph Lauren, making the uniforms in America. We remember your reaction when "World news" first revealed, for the last olympics, the American uniforms were hardly american-made. The U.S. Uniforms were made in China? How can it be? Reporter: You'll remember our producers dressed from head-to-toe, from the hat to the shoes. Every piece of the all-american Ralph Lauren look, made in China. From your living room to Washington, an uproar. I think they should take all the uniforms, put them in a big pile and burn them. Reporter: Then, the promise from Ralph Lauren himself. Pledging to make all future uniforms, right here in the U.S. And tonight, the proof. More than 40 American partners, designing, sourcing and manufacturing these uniforms. More than $1 billion and hundreds of jobs now staying here. Hi, David. This is Jeanie carver. We were honored to be able to work with Ralph Lauren in this effort to make the team uniforms in America. And go, team usa. Reporter: The wool from Jeanie's ranch, right here in shaniko, Oregon, proudly flying the American flag. Sheering last spring in preparation. Then, the wool traveling from Oregon, to nazareth, Pennsylvania, to be spun. 5, 625,000 yards to be spun for the olympics. Then to North Carolina, where it's dyed. They couldn't be prouder tonight. This winter is going to be extra special for us. Reporter: Then, ball of cotton in California, where it's knitted together. 65,000 items of clothing, manufactured here for the games. Team usa, standing tall. And entirely --

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