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100ft of Plastic Stringed Wide Red, White, and Blue Pennants

100ft of Plastic Stringed Wide Red, White, and Blue Pennants

$16.25

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3/4" Black Never Furl Flag Mounting Set

3/4" Black Never Furl Flag Mounting Set

$17.50

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3ft x 5ft Marine Corps Flag with Heading and Grommets

3ft x 5ft Marine Corps Flag with Heading and Grommets

Regular Price: $39.00

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3ft x 5ft Notre Dame Interlocking ND Nylon Flag

3ft x 5ft Notre Dame Interlocking ND Nylon Flag

Regular Price: $59.95

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3ft x 5ft Reinforced Nylon American Flag with Embroidered Stars, Heading and Grommets

3ft x 5ft Reinforced Nylon American Flag with Embroidered Stars, Heading and Grommets

$41.95

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Flags International has over forty years of experience in the flag and banner industry. Our goal has always been to assist our customers and friends in making the best decisions for their needs with custom design products such as banners, flags, and trade show displays. Our wide variety of flagpoles offers you the chance to make an educated decision when buying or replacing your flagpole. With over 70 different flag related product lines at your disposal, why not talk with our experts at Flags International? We're here to help you! Flags International is Upfront

Veterans Day Flags (November 1, 2014)
The U.S. Flag should always be flown at full-staff on Veterans Day.  Veterans Day is designated to honor all veterans of the military (not those who have lost their lives in service to our country – see previous blogs related to Veterans Day and Memorial Day). In addition to flying an American Flag on Veterans […]

Star Spangled Banner (September 22, 2014)
The Flag & The Song In the summer of 1813, Mary Pickersgill was contracted to sew two flags for Fort McHenry (outside of Baltimore, Maryland). The one that became the Star-Spangled Banner was a 30′ x 42′ garrison flag. It was intended as a challenge to the British warships that were expected during the War […]

Patriot Day – 2014 (August 29, 2014)
The American Flag is to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on September 11th Included in this blog is the following information: Background Info Meaning of Half-Staff Authority to Order Half-Staff Use of Black Ribbon Use of “1st Navy Jack” Patriot Day vs. Patriot’s Day Historic Implication of 9/11 Flags for 9/11 Background […]

Tailgating: History & Tips for Success (August 2, 2014)
Believe it or not…there actually is an association for tailgaters!  The American Tailgater Association (ATA). Tailgaters don’t have to be convinced to tailgate. It’s like a force of nature. 2 out of 5 tailgaters start tailgating more than 5 hours before kick-off. 35% are so devoted to tailgating that they never actually enter the football […]

Nautical Flags (July 21, 2014)
There are three primary types of nautical flags:  jacks, yacht ensigns and signal flags. The Jack The jack of the United States of America is a maritime flag flown on the “jack staff” in the bow of American vessels that are moored or anchored. The U.S. Navy is a prime user of jacks but they […]

U.S. Coast Guard: History and Symbols (July 19, 2014)
The United States Coast Guard is one of five Armed Forces of the United States. It is this nation’s oldest continuous seagoing service. The history of the Service is complicated because it is the amalgamation of five Federal agencies:  the Revenue Cutter Service, the Lighthouse Service, the Steamboat Inspection Service, the Bureau of Navigation, and […]

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