Holiday

Veteran’s Day: Why Do We Celebrate It?

Each year on November 11th, our nation comes together to remember and honor those who have served our country. Veterans day was previously known as armistice day because it is the day WWI ended. Later, it was changed to celebrate veterans from all wars. However, other nations, specifically European ones, still celebrate November 11th as …

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Patriot Day — don’t forget to lower your flag!

Patriot Day, National Day of Service & Remembrance Half-staff Patriot Day Reminder Here’s your half-staff Patriot Day reminder! The flags will be ordered to half-staff for Monday, September 11, 2017. Flags should remain at half-staff from sunrise to sunset. When the flag is hoisted in the morning, it is raised to the peak (top of …

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Fly Your Flag for VJ Day!

A flag flying day — VJ Day! Fly your flag to celebrate VJ Day, or Victory Over Japan Day!  On August 14th, 1945, the announcement was made that Japan was surrendering unconditionally to the Allies. This effectively ended World War II and brought peace to many war-torn countries.Since then, America and the allied nations celebrate …

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GRAND10 extended through Independence Day!

GRAND10 extended through Independence Day! 10% off American made USA flags through Independence Day! That’s right — we’ve extended our 10% COUPON CODE — valid on all online orders for United States Flags through Independence Day! That’s 10% off the purchase price of U.S.A. flags — outdoor,  indoor, large, and complete sets! Just use the promo …

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Sweet Deal for February and Valentine’s Day!

Sweet Deal for February and Valentine’s Day! How sweet it is to be loved by you! Because we love you, we’ve got a great flag offer for you… We want to show how much we love our friends and customers by offering a 10% COUPON CODE valid on all online orders for OUTDOOR US Flags, …

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MICHAEL, or Martin Luther King, Jr.?

Another flag flying holiday, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, or MLK Day, is here — this year, 2017, it’s January 16. It’s always the third Monday in January. Ronald Reagan made it a federal holiday in 1983, but it wasn’t observed until 1986 — and not all the states were immediately on board with it. …

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Thanksgiving: The Right, the Wrong, and the Confusing

Greetings Everybody! It’s Abby here to talk about one of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving! Many things come to mind when I think of Thanksgiving; the homemade food, the time spent with family and friends, football games, parades, and all the great memories from past celebrations. Although these are staples of this holiday, the biggest thing …

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Easter is all about the Risen Christ… So where do bunnies come from?

Easter Sunday … This is a high holiday for Christians. We believe that on Good Friday Jesus Christ was crucified and died on the cross to redeem us of the original sin committed by Adam & Eve. On Easter Sunday we celebrate Christ’s resurrection from the dead when He rose up into heaven to join …

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Independence Day

Happy July, flag connoisseurs! It’s Sarah, as usual. On July 4th, 1776, 56 men in horribly unsanitary white wigs sat in a sweltering room for hours, discussing a document that would change our country completely: The Declaration of Independence. With the signage of this document, America was broken free from the binding chains of Great Britain …

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