An Indiana company joined others from across the nation to take part Monday in the launch of "Made in America Week" at the White House.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, along with other officials, welcomed 50 companies to Washington as part of a spotlight on U.S.-made products.
In an address to the group, Mr. Trump promised to champion the causes of American business.
"My administration is removing the burdens and regulations on your companies so that you can compete, thrive, and grow," he said. "How many of you have noticed this so far? Because it’s a big, big difference, right? That’s a big, big difference."
Representing Indiana at the gathering: Broomcorn Johnny's, a Harrison County business dedicated to "the historic art of broom making."