This morning, we added our newest company to the GSP Supporter List: Ferndale, Washington-based Kona Bicycle Company. Located in 1st Congressional District, the 27-employee company imports from Cambodia under GSP.
Kona isn’t the only new company calling on Congress to renew GSP before it expires on July 31. Other new additions include:
- Deringer-Ney, based in Vernon Hills, Illinois (10th District) with additional locations in Bloomfield, Connecticut (1st District), Blaine, Minnesota (6th District), and Marshall, North Carolina (11th District), which imports from India;
- Mullican Flooring, based in Johnson City, Tennessee (1st District) with additional locations in Norton, Virginia (9th District), Ronceverte, West Virginia (3rd District), and Holland, New York (27th District), which imports engineered wood flooring from Indonesia, and
- Von Roll USA, located in Schenectady, New York (20th District) with additional locations in New Haven, Connecticut (3rd District), Douglasville, Georgia (13th District), Monmouth Junction, New Jersey (12th District), and Cleveland, Ohio (9th District), which imports mica flooring from Brazil.
If you lost track, those companies operate in 12 states and 14 congressional districts – and they represent just four out of the 160+ American companies and associations on the Supporter List.
Not on the list but import under GSP? Make sure to add your name for FREE here so that Congress knows that you need it to renew GSP before it expires on July 31.