Show your Pride – Fly your Flag!

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The American flag is the ultimate symbol of everything good our country stands for. Memorial Day was the first of flag season. If you weren't ready with your flag fair, it's not too late. Flag Day is June 14th and then of course, the grand daddy of all American Flag Days – The Fourth of July!

Here are some creative ways to show your American Pride:

Decorate your table for a patriotic event with our waving American Flag stars and stripes paper goods.DownloadService.ashx

Cover your door for patriotic days with our metallic American Flag door cover. Each American Flag door cover is 30" wide by 60" long.



This 16 oz American Flag Aqua-Lite Sports Bottle works like a typical squeeze sports bottle but with a gentle tap on this unique product turns a boring drink bottle into a kaleidoscope explosion of lighted firework colors!


American Flag Facts:

On June 14, 1777 (Flag Day) the Continental Congress adopted this resolution:

"That the Flag of the united states be 13 stripes alternate red and white, that the Union be 13 stars white in a blue field representing a new constellation.""

USA Today: Star power: 200 years of change
"The 13-star American flag first raised by rebellious colonists in North America as a visible symbol of their independence from Britain has been revised as new states joined the Union. Additional stars have been added 27 times between 1777 and 1960. A selection of official and unofficial flag types."

Check out this very cool Iteractive display of the way flags have changed:

Now get ready to fly your flag with these 12" x 18" U.S. cloth flags:


The Markit Team

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