There seems to be an emerging theme among American small businesses: "Made in the USA" is back.
Take Paul Fichter's Seattle-based business of making taphandles for major brewers like MillerCoors and AB Inbev.
Initially, when the company began back in 1999, his orders were filled in China.
"From the very start, China was part of the business plan because of low labor costs," Fichter told CNBC. "I could start manufacturing without a capital investment.
"I could send orders there without having to build one myself."
As the business grew, Fichter opened his own factory in China, but in recent years, the dynamic has changed.