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Announcing Our Fall 2018 Beacon® Scholarship For Rural America Winners!

2018 was the inaugural year of Carrot-Top’s Beacon® Scholarship for Rural America. Our leadership team launched the Beacon® Scholarship this year as a way to recognize and support hard-working rural students across America. This fall, we announced the first two winners of the scholarship, and now we are delighted to announce the winner of our spring 2019 award.

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Tennessee Community Honors Fallen Blue Angel with Unique Memorial

Smyrna isn’t a well-known Tennessee town. It doesn’t have the storied music history of Nashville and Memphis, or the railway and transportation fame of Chattanooga. But what it does have, is a lot of heart. It also has a lot of determination and a whole lot of community pride. Those characteristics were put to the test on June 2, 2016, when the town witnessed a shocking tragedy in their own backyard. That day, the Blue Angels were rehearsing for the upcoming Great Tennessee Air Show, which was to take place in Smyrna. The atmosphere was joyous—filled with excitement and anticipation to see the Blue Angels in flight. People watched from rooftops and parking lots as the Angels performed in the clouds above.

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Remembering What's Forgotten On Korean War Veteran's Armistice Day 2018

Friday, July 27, 2018, is National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day—a day to recognize the heroes who served, and the more than 36,000 American soldiers killed in action during the Korean War from 1950 to 1953.

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Flag Flying: Are You Doing It Right?

With the Fourth of July right around the corner, displays of public patriotism will be in full effect! Whether you're flying your flag at home or at your place of business, it's important to be sure that the stars and stripes are getting the respect that they deserve. We've put together a quick reference guide of dos and don'ts for high-flying your flag properly, no matter the time of year. Download the informational guide below and save it for reference year-round! Or, share it on your social media to spread the message!

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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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Carrot-Top, A National Flag Relay And The Winter Olympics

Matthew Troy has devised a really unique way to honor the American flag as well as the fire, police and EMS personnel who help keep us safe.

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Carrot-Top Honors the “Iron Men of Metz”

L to R – Stephen Jamison, ‘Red’ Whittington and Paul Madden, some of the original ‘Iron Men of Metz’ and now Knights of the French ‘National Order of the Legion of Honor’, meet up again at their 68th annual reunion held in Kansas City, MO, in September 2017.

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Carrot-Top Donates to Front Range Ranch & Rescue

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Carrot-Top Announces Corporate Partnership For Challenge Walk MS

For over a decade, thousands of people have been participating in Challenge Walk MS. This unique experience offers participants the chance to embrace a personal challenge of spirit and strength, while making an important difference in the lives of people with MS. Challenge Walk MS takes place in Savannah, GA; Cambridge, MD; St. Louis, MO; San Diego, CA; Green Lake, WI; and Cape Cod, MA, and most events are 50 miles over three days. This endurance walk is dedicated to fundraising for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, with a minimum fundraising level for each walk.

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Top 10 Most Memorable State Flags

Ever see a state flag that really catches your eye and makes you wonder what the story behind it might be? At Carrot-Top, we thought it’d be fun to do a completely subjective, unscientific roundup of unusual and memorable U.S. state flags. Here are our results:

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Carrot-Top Donating to Hurricane Relief

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Carrot-Top Supplies Theta Beta Sigma Scholarship Brunch

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Carrot-Top Helps Honor Veterans In North Carolina Town

At Carrot-Top, one of the things we’re proudest of is being able to help communities with their town parks and memorials. Recently, we were able to do just that with Tyler Park in Dunn, NC.

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Flag Etiquette For Nautical Flagpoles

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Carrot-Top Explores The Legend Of Betsy Ross

We’ve all been told for years that Betsy Ross designed and sewed the first-ever American flag, with its 13 stripes and 13 stars arranged in a circle on a blue field. As we’ve always heard it, Betsy was presented with a sketch of that flag design by General George Washington, Robert Morris and George Ross, and she then began the cutting and stitching to create the flag we’ve all become so familiar with.

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Carrot-Top Helps Honor Fallen Police Officers

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Veterans Honored in Small-Town Texas

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Why We Fly The Flag

“I believe our flag is more than just cloth and ink. It is a universally recognized symbol that stands for liberty, and freedom. It is the history of our nation, and it’s marked by the blood of those who died defending it.” - John Thune

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Taylor Fulford Honored For 5 Years Of Service At Carrot-Top

In a world where job security is a fleeting thing, Carrot-Top Industries’ Taylor Fulford has found her niche. She recently marked five years with Carrot-Top, serving as Staff Accountant for the company’s Finance Team. A typical day for Fulford might include entering customer checks, reconciling bank statements and accounts, and taking on administrative tasks like W-9 requests and voucher forms.

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Calderon Reaches 10 Year Milestone at the Carrot-Top

Carrot-Top Industries recently honored Milly Calderon for 10 years of service to the patriotic, special event and custom made products™ company. Calderon is a Customer Care Professional and works daily assisting a wide variety of customers from across the country and around the globe. The recognition took place at a company-wide meeting where President and Owner, Dwight Morris presented Calderon with a Certificate of Commendation of Service. Morris stated, “Carrot-Top’s success is rooted in the care and diligence of employees like Milly. She has set a standard of excellence with stellar service to the company by assisting individual customers, cities and towns and other businesses. Carrot-Top’s success is rooted in the efforts of employees like Milly and her attention to detail.”

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