.......That is interesting. I have not seen a Pro Kennex racquet with made in U.S.A on it. I have always seen made in Taiwan or since the mid to late 90's made in China.
Here is a little info about Pro Kennex
Nation's Business , Jan, 1993
Odd though it may sound, many industry analysts regard a Taiwanese businessman, Kunnan Lo, among the most powerful men in tennis, a sport whose upper echelon of players is traditionally dominated by Europeans, Americans, and Australians.
Lo is the founder and chief executive officer of Taiwan-based Kunnan Enterprises Ltd., the parent company of racquet maker Pro Kennex, and his life is a microcosm of Taiwan's development as a world-class manufacturing nation.
Born in a major industrial city near the center of Taiwan, Lo's father manufactured plastic toy guns. Following the assassination of President John E Kennedy in 1963, passage of strict laws made it virtually impossible to import such guns into the U.S.
In 1969, at the age of 24, Lo broke from the struggling family business to form his own badminton-racquet company. At the outset of his enterprise, it was typical of Lo to sleep in his factory alongside his 100 or so employees, which he housed there to facilitate long work hours.
In 1973, Lo exhibited his penchant for diversifying his business based on anticipated market changes in the market by branching out into the manufacture of aluminum tennis racquets. The quality of his new products resulted in an agreement to manufacture racguets for sale under a major name brand in tennis, thereby forever solidifying Lo's role as a dynamic force in racquet manufacturing.
Later, Lo pioneered the use of graphite components in racquetball racquets, eventually applying his expertise to the manufacture of medium-sized tennis frames. His industry-leading technology spearheaded a move by players to medium-sized racquets in the late 1970s and early 1980s that revolutionized the sport of tennis.
Today, his empire includes three graphite factories, one aluminum factory, one badminton factory, and factories that specialize in golf clubs and tennis footwear.
Despite the absence of formal training or education, Lo has built Kunnan Enterprises into the world's largest manufacturer of racquet frames sold under its own Pro Kennex and many other leading brand names. Sold in more than 50 countries worldwide, Pro Kennex racquets are now among the three best-selling brands in the U.S.
But success has not satisfied Lo's thirst for innovation. Just recently, Pro Kennex unveiled the world's first asymmetrical racquet for highly skilled players. The racquet's unique physical characteristics offer unprecedented precision, maneuverability, and stability while damping vibration......