Made in America Christmas Edition: American Consumers Save Company

ABC's David Muir shows how spending $64 on American goods helps create 200 thousand jobs.
3:45 | 12/21/12

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You are l at an l.L. Bean shipping room in maine today. Scrambling to fill those last-minute deliveries by christmas. By the way, those classic l.L. Bean boots are made right here in america. Here at "world news," we've been asking everyone to make this a made in america christmas. Each of us spending just $64 to create up to 200,000 jobs. Tonight abc's david muir has the story of one item that a lot of people are buying and helped save one american company. Reporter: Celia melton of new jersey. Who saw that story on the american inventor and his bionic wrench. For only $19.99 at sear. They sold more than 200,000 wrenches with sears last christmas, kept doing business this year, then suddenly no deal for this christmas. Reporter: Did you wonder what was going on? Of course we did. Reporter: But, then dan heard from a customer who noticed something. Telling him there was now another wrench with hat appeared to be a similar mechanism on the shelf at sears. But this one made in china and sold under the sears brand craftsman. Reporter: In fact, side by side listen to the old ad -- it grips on all six sides. Reporter: Now for their new wrench -- the six locking jaws. Reporter: Or this part of the pitch before. It's 14 wrenches in one. Reporter: And now the new craftsman wrench. It replaces 14 wrenches with a single tool. Reporter: And when he says he was surprised sears didn't order more to sell for christmas. Out viewers ordered instead. Ngets look at this baby. THIS THING IS GREAT. Reporter: Miranda vow buying two for her dad and granddad. Hopefully they're not watching. Reporter: But viewersere watching and after that report 3,000 wrenches sold. Made in america! Reporter: And it's not just the view here, the line outside the studio of the view is forming and they've come from all over america. Some had a hunch why we were there. Did you all pick your one thing made in america? Same question for the women "the view." We're going to the dressing room to find out their one thing made in america. Down the hall into their dressing rooms. Merry christmas. Surrounding whoopi, a sea of shoes. Her one thing for christmas, a pair of sidewalk boots, made in america. Yes. In every corner of the country they're still making things. Yes. Sherri shepherd is next. She has her one thing. She's shopping for her dog, buying doggy toys from ruffdawg, made in the usa. That's right, abandon. To the countless viewers who bought made in america, companies so happy tonight. Made in america! Reporter: So proud to show us her one thing. This gift right here is for my husband anthony. A veteran with the state department. I was trying to figure out what to get him for christmas that's made in america. And I got it, there's nothing more american than a ford truck. Reporter: She spent her $64 all right. Merry christmas, david. Made in america, indeed. Our david muir reporting. Those gifts will likely be making their way droos the country with the help of fedex and ups, but we wondered what about santa? What would it take to deliver one gift for each child around the world? Check out these numbers. The delivery companies say it would take 46 international distribution centers to make the magic happen and that slay hauling 760 million pounds of presents, delivering 9,000 gifts a second, it would take 300 planes to carry that much. So good luck to santa.

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