"When you have 20 million people out of work in America, the only way you're going to get those people back to work is for American companies to produce more American products," Turner said. "People realize that this stuff that's coming in from overseas is putting people here out of work.
"There's a grassroots movement to buy as much American-made product as they can to put Americans back to work."
Beavers said Corporate Identity also has customers who "still will not buy anything else other than American made."
Corporate Identity is expecting even more of those customers with a new product the company plans to launch at the trade show.
The logo company has made numerous, never-before-seen t-shirt designs for the Boy Scouts of America's 10,600-acre Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in Fayette County.
The Scouts plan to complete the $200 million Summit project by July but screen-printed t-shirts touting the indoor and outdoor parks will already be on shelves and selves.
"We will have five displays at the trade show but one will be dedicated to the Boy Scouts' Summit shirts," Beavers said. "Every year we've written more business."
Beavers stood in Corporate Identity's showroom - "a complete mess," he said - that was clearly getting ready for the following week's event.
A shelf lined with West Virginia University-themed coffee mugs stood near the rack of Summit shirts.
The sales manager said Pipestem's marketplace is a chance for West Virginia business owners to buy items off one another to sell in their own stores.
Turner likes to buy small coal figurines, jellies and honey for Appalachian Glass.
"This show is more localized. We've done business with the people for so long, it's almost like we're family," Beavers said.
For more information about Pipestem State Park's marketplace, call Mansfield at 304-466-1800 or email pipeste...@wv.gov.
Reach Megan Workman at megan.work...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5113.