TV's Made in the USA Directory
*Element is an American Company. While we have many International Trade Partners and
Retail Customers, it has been a high-priority of ours to produce products in America! After 2
years of hard work and planning, we are proud to announce that Element will begin to
produce some of its large screen size TV's in the Detroit, Michigan Area – effective January
2012! To our knowledge, Element will be the only brand of TV's assembled in America. We
hope you will look and ask for these products if you are shopping for TV because America
Seura Televisions strive to elevate luxury technologies to fine-art status, creating products that
bridge the gap between technology and décor. With innovation at the heart of the business,
Séura continues to drive its products to new and unexplored territories. Every product is
engineered and hand-crafted in Séura’s facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Incorporating the
latest technology into your home doesn’t mean compromising your décor. Séura’s vanishing
mirror TV provides a crisp television image and, when turned off, a fashionable mirror
remains without a hint of its technological applications. The Enhanced series and Deco Series
bathroom TV’s function as mirrors as well. The Lumination Collection lighted mirrors add a
brilliant sculptural element with impeccable style. The Storm outdoor TV is the perfect year-
round weatherproof TV Solution.
*Although Element TV's are not completely Made in the USA we feel they are making a large step in bringing
back American Made TV sets and we wish to recognise them for their efforts. When buying a TV please try and
look at their products and maybe buy one assembled by a fellow American.
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TV's Made in the USA. As of right now there are no TV's completely American Made, however things are changing. These companies on our list of televisions
assembled in the US are trying to change that. We have listed companies that are dedicated to bringing jobs back to the United States. Do you recall when all the TV sets were
made in here?