Friends Tim Morris, left, and Aaron Lorell pose next to their American-made 1971 Mack fire truck in the Hilton Head Island Walmart parking lot on Wednesday. The two are on a cross-country journey hoping to convince big-box retailers like Walmart to devote more shelf space to American-made goods.
Friends Tim Morris, left, and Aaron Lorell pose next to their American-made 1971 Mack fire truck in the Hilton Head Island Walmart parking lot on Wednesday. The two are on a cross-country journey hoping to convince big-box retailers like Walmart to devote more shelf space to American-made goods. Jay Karr, Staff photo
Friends Tim Morris, left, and Aaron Lorell pose next to their American-made 1971 Mack fire truck in the Hilton Head Island Walmart parking lot on Wednesday. The two are on a cross-country journey hoping to convince big-box retailers like Walmart to devote more shelf space to American-made goods. Jay Karr, Staff photo

Firetruck visits Hilton Head during cross-country 'Buy American' tour

January 30, 2013 08:48 PM

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