MAM-A Inc. is listed as one of the featured companies in the ABC World News “Made in America” series. The series focuses on the increasing paucity of American-made goods in peoples' everyday lives.
Online PR News – 04-March-2011 – – COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado. MAM-A Inc., a leading manufacturer of recordable (CD-R & DVD-R) media, is listed as one of the featured companies in the ABC World News “Made in America” series. The series focuses on the increasing paucity of American-made goods in peoples' everyday lives. According to ABC News, just half of the products people use were made in the U.S.--and if 1 percent more were spent on American-made items, 200,000 jobs would be instantly created. MAM-A Inc. is the only remaining recordable disc maker in the USA and is listed on the ABC News map of “Made in America” manufacturers. MAM-A Inc specializes in long life Archive grade optical discs with wide use among government agencies, the photography industry, museums, libraries and home users. To view the map, visit: http://abcnews.go.com/WN/page?id=12896382
About MAM-A Inc.
MAM-A Inc. was founded in March 1996 for the production and sales of recordable compact discs. Its 50,000 sq. ft. plant is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado where CD-R, DVD-R and CD-ROM media is manufactured. The MAM-A flagship products are its Archive grade, 24 karat gold CD-R and DVD-R products, boasting an expected lifetime of 300 years for CD-R and 100 years for DVD-R. The company also offers Blu-ray media in 25GB and 50GB capacities. Discs are available with printable surfaces which are compatible with Prism and Everest thermal printers, Teac thermal and Primera Bravo inkjet printers.
*Prism® and Everest® are trademarks of Rimage Corporation
*Bravo® is a trademark of Primera Technology, Inc.