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Camp Popcorn Maker

Made in USA - Ohio

Ahh, the joy of freshly popped popcorn over the open fire

With the kiddos crunching and laughing away, there’s no better way to bring your family together than the good old fashioned way. This Made in USA Popcorn Popper is handcrafted the same way it’s always been since the 1800's. Enjoy making memories with your family and friends, while experiencing the way Americans made popcorn 200 years ago. Of course, if you aren’t the outdoorsy type, you can use it on your stove or fireplace, and camp out on your couch! Either way, you can feel happy knowing you support USA jobs.

Made completely of tin and assembled with elbow grease and a little help from some of the original equipment (works just as well as the day it was built!)

Dimensions: 5" x 8" x 24 9/16"

The Jacob Bromwell Origin Story
Back in 1819, Jacob Bromwell had an idea: create the highest quality cooking, baking, and campfire products that American families could count on to last generations. He traveled from his home in Baltimore, Maryland to set up shop in Cincinnati, Ohio. His factory manufactured everything from flour sifters, cheese graters, and frying pans, to buckets and popcorn poppers. Today, this All- American company is recognized as America's Oldest Cookware. All Jacob Bromwell products continue to be handcrafted in the USA and are backed by a Lifetime Guarantee.

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