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UA growth is great, but how about domestic jobs?

Congratulations to J. Scott Plank for the success he has had with his Under Armour clothing line ("Under Armour plans to double size of headquarters," Sept. 16). I was impressed to read that he employs 5,000 people worldwide. My only comment is that my Under Armour shirt was manufactured in Peru. I wish it was made in Charm City.

Sue Steele

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