“World News Tonight” checks in with local businesses during the holidays

Across the country, local businesses are finding ways to stay afloat and give back to their cherished communities.
2:06 | 12/11/20

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made in America Christmas. We asked for your one thing. And your list keeping grown does your generosity. Our made in America Christmas is back tonight. It was last night here, those businesses across the country, they heard from you. Authenticity 50 telling us they had their biggest sales date ever. Happy holidays. Thanks, David. And thank you to our viewers. And across America this holiday season, so many trying to spread cheer and carefully. In New York City, the metropolitan opera chorus -- sleigh bells ring Singing Christmas Carols on the museum steps. Walking in a winter wonderland Wearing those shields to protect themselves and the surprised audience. Hi, David. And at east high school in Marion, Indiana, something similar. They're using an America made face shield called the insta shield to perform the school play. Lets the audience see us, touch is also pretty cool. Made in America. Thanks, bye! The university of Idaho's marching band, too. All wearing insta shield, made in sis, Missouri. Hi, David. The father and son team, Dan brown Sr. And Dan brown Jr. We first reported on them years ago and their made in America ideas. And they're back. I created a face shield tt can be folded up so that it fits on a baseball cap. Since this pandemic began, they've sold more than 1.5 million shields and listen to this from Dan Jr. We match every order on our website with a one to one donation to nonprofits. Tonight, 100,000 donated shields going to United Way. Hello, David! We are so excited and pleased for Thi donation. And in Baltimore, Maryland, the 228 grant street candle company, the hand poured wax.eight workers. Hi, Owner Kendall brown and his message tonight. Your support to us has been invaluable and a lifeline. Again, thank you. Helping our neighbors. And we'll stay at it right through Christmas. We'll see you tomorrow. (Boss) Enjoy your time off.

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