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Texas Flag: A Complete History from 1839 to Date

The Lone Star state is famous for having had six flags of different countries hanging on its flagpoles. At last, the US flag was erected high and it flies high to the present day. However, the state flag has an unusual history of its own, so we’ll take a closer look at the history of the Texas state flag from 1839 to the present moment.

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Which State Flag Has the Most Stars?

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What Is the Only Non-Rectangular Flag?

What is the only non-rectangular flag in the whole world? The national flag of Nepal is what every flag aficionado points out as a fun fact. The flag state of Ohio joins the party too since this is the only non-rectangular state flag.

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How to Hang a Flag on a Wall

Hanging an American flag on a wall sounds like a relatively easy task, and truth be told, it is. Still, there are a couple of rules to follow not only regarding keeping your wall undamaged but regarding the utmost respect the stars and stripes deserve.

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Everything you Need to Know About Flag Materials

When going flag shopping, probably the first thing that pops into your mind is the size of the flag you want. The second one, for sure, is flag materials. Historically, flags were made of cotton, linen, hemp, and even wool, while nowadays the choice mostly comes down to polyester, nylon, or cotton. Each of these materials is specific in its own right

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How to Correctly Wash Your Flag

Can you wash a flag? Yes, of course, and you should do it regularly!

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Which State Correctly Matches the Animal That Appears on Its Flag?

Flags with animals are always interesting to watch, yet not all of the animals are native to the land of the country flag they are on. For instance, two-headed eagles are nowhere to be found in nature. This is definitely not the case with one American state. As it appears, the flag of Wyoming completely matches the animal on its flag — the renowned American bison.

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A Guide on the Best Flag Materials for Outdoors

Which is the best material for outdoors depends on a couple of factors, so you should think hard before you commit yourself to purchasing the perfect flag for the flagpole you’re planning to install.

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The Long-Desired Beauty And Dignity Of A Flagpole With An American Flag

Written by Joyce Cushman, a customer from North Kingstown, R.I. Cushman provided the photos and story in this blog as part of her “One Country. One Flag.” June submission about what the U.S. flag and being an American means to her. She was the June winner of our deluxe Beacon® U.S. flag set.

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What The U.S. Flag Means To Me – Our VP Of Sales & Marketing’s Perspective

Written by Ted Seward, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Carrot-Top Industries, Inc. Ted shares what the U.S. flag and being an American means to him. You may submit your favorite American flag display photos and stories to qualify to win a flag set in June 2021 at: /one-country-one-flag

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What The Flag Means To Me – Our COO’s Perspective

Written by Stephen Hathaway, the COO of Carrot-Top Industries, Inc. Stephen shares what the U.S. flag and being an American means to him. You may submit your favorite American flag display photos and stories to qualify to win a flag set in June 2021 at: /one-country-one-flag

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The American Flag Means More Than Words Can Tell

Written by Carol Rhodes, a customer from New Castle, Va. Rhodes provided the photos and story in this blog as part of her “One Country. One Flag.” May submission about what the U.S. flag and being an American means to her. She was the May winner of our deluxe Beacon® U.S. flag set. You may submit your favorite American flag display photos and stories to qualify to win a flag set in June 2021 at: /one-country-one-flag

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What The American Flag Means To Me - Our CEO's Perspective

Written by Liz Morris, the CEO of Carrot-Top Industries, Inc. Liz shares what the U.S. flag and being an American means to her. You may submit your favorite American flag display photos and stories to qualify to win a flag set in June 2021 at: /one-country-one-flag

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The Americus Fire & Emergency Services Shares The U.S. Flag To Bring Their Community Together During A Time Of Grief

Written by Harriett Williams, administrative assistant with the Americus Fire & Emergency Services in Americus, Ga. Williams provided the photos and story in this blog as part of her “One Country. One Flag.” April submission about what the U.S. flag and being an American means to her department. She was the April winner of our deluxe Beacon® U.S. flag set. You may submit your favorite American flag display photos and stories to qualify to win a flag set in May 2021 or June 2021 at: /one-country-one-flag

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One Country, One Flag: Veterans Day Celebration At Cheraw School District In Cheraw, Colorado

Written by Brian Bonds, a 6th-8th grade science teacher at Cheraw Colorado High School in Cheraw, Colorado. Bonds is also the high school student council sponsor and helps with the annual Cheraw School District’s Veterans Day celebration. Bonds shared with us what the U.S. flag and being an American means to him.

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Thanking John Blodgett

Heroes are important. Their acts inspire us and teach us about selflessness.

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How Your City Can Prepare for Parade Season This Spring

Updated: March 1, 2023

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day With Service and the American Flag

The Flag Manufacturers Association of America encourages all Americans to display their American Flags for this National Day of Service

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America’s Tallest Flagpole – A Few Fun Facts

High above Sheboygan, WI is the tallest flagpole in the United States. The flagpole was erected in 2014 by Acuity Insurance, after their old flagpole toppled over as a result of years of stress and high winds. Acuity’s flagpole is 400 feet tall; not surprisingly, building such a huge flagpole is a major engineering challenge. Structural stability and maintainability have to be calculated carefully before the project even begins.

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New Flag Rules In Orange County, NC—What You Need To Know

On May 15, 2018, the Orange County Board of Commissioners voted on a new set of rules affecting flag ordinances in unincorporated areas of Orange County. The new rules do not apply to property located inside town limits of Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Carrboro, or Mebane.

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