What was your one Christmas thing that was ‘Made in America’?

David Muir takes you back to the famous windows on Fifth Avenue to ask viewers what items they purchased that were made in America.
2:27 | 12/18/19

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Transcript for What was your one Christmas thing that was ‘Made in America’?
Finally tonight here, our made in America Christmas. A trip down fifth avenue, the windows and tourists from all over the country. As we ask for your one thing. Our made in America Christmas is back. The famous windows on fifth avenue, frozen, the windows at the children lining up. And from the lobby at the St. Regis, you could hear it. Let it snow let it snow let it snow even the NYPD from the tenth precinct in on it. Made in America. Don't forget him. Bill and sherry, they saw our made in America last week. Celebrating tree farms across the country. Christmas tree story. You bought your tree? We got two. Two this year? Yes. Aside from your tree, what is your one thing made in America this year? Um -- let me think. I can't tell you, because it's your Christmas present. But it's made in America? It is. It is, he told me and I won't ruin the secret. As we left -- Love your made in America. Yes. You love made in America? We love made in America! They know our series, too. Yeah! Made in America! Stephanie and Kathleen from Cincinnati. You buy any made in America gifts? Tough question. That's a tough question. Yeah, but I don't -- because I never thought about that. But there's still time. And viewers tonight to the rescue. Hi, David. Denise. My made in America gift are these delicious chocolate bars from what that talk chocolate. Husband and wife Joel and Allie from Arkansas making 1,000 chocolate bars a week during the holiday. We made 100% of our chocolate right here in America. Hi, David. Connie modeling her one thick. Michigan mittens. Nine American workers. With a map of Michigan's upper peninsula on one and the lower peninsula on the other. So, you'll always have a map onhand. And Peggy and the gift for her grandchildren. The homemade piggy bank made in Ohio. American made in Ohio. Which brings us back to the young singers at the St. Regis, and those three words. It's a made in America Keep your ideas, your videos coming. You can tweet me our find me on your one thing. And we'll have more of your ideas to come right here this I'll see you tomorrow.

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