The Great Made in America Christmas Effort to Increase Jobs

'Nutcracker' dancers show off the gifts they bought this holiday season that were made in America.
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Finally, the great made in America is back. Our fourth year. It's estimated the average American will spend $800 on holiday gifts this year. Economists have said, buy just one item made in America, $64, and we could create 200,000 jobs. It's the most wonderful time for the great made in America Christmas. Your one thing and so-you know the drill.re A you in? Yeah, I'm in. Reporter: This woman taking pictures of the lights. Where are you from? Actually the Christmas city, Bethlehem, P.A. Reporter: Are you in? I'm in. Reporter: You'll buy one thing? Definitely. Reporter: All the famed win domes in New York. We wondered, what was she thinking, that ballet dancer? We went to find the real thing. Walking into Lincoln's center, the New York City ballet. The young faces waving back. And listen closely. You can hear them practicing the harp. I'm not making that up. 2,500 seats. You can see the balconies that will be completely filled for the holiday season. You can hear the secret code punched in at the door and we're backstage at the nutcracker. And this is the view they all have. The cakes, the props. And little Harlan, putting the nutcracker in place. Give me five? And that nutcracker, made in America. Hello, David. Reporter: And back to that stage. Merry Christmas. The lead dancers of the nutcracker. The lead role with his made in America gift. For my sister. Reporter: Mixers for your Christmas cocktails. Her pick? This is jewelry. Reporter: For a dear friend. Will you lend her the crown? I wish I could. Reporter: The t-shirt from lucky brand. And the rat with Burt's bees lotion from North Carolina. Workers thank that rat tonight. Happy holidays. Reporter: Holding her nail Polish, made in the usa. Let me see your nails. Oh. I think the rat needs some help. Don't forget the pet. Peanut butter and jelly flavored dog treats. Hi, David! Reporter: And there was Henry. I'm flying the nutcracker. Reporter: You are playing the nutcracker. You are the nutcracker. The t-shirt, the design. This is very different from what you have on today. Yeah. I'm a snowflake. Reporter: The smokeflay with shaving products from the art of shaving, made in America. Someone clean shaven for Christmas. And backstage tonight, cleaned up and ready to go. Not before those three words -- Made in America! The nutcracker kicking things off. Send us your ideas, your one thing made in America this holiday. We'll keep this going. See you tomorrow night.

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