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Selecting the right sized flag is crucial to the longevity of your flag and your flagpole. Find out how to make sure you've got the right flag here.

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Nearly half of the United States recently endured an epic, record-setting cold blitz. Winter conditions like what we just saw can wreak tremendous havoc on flagpoles and flagpole parts.

With more inclement weather expected, now is the time to shore up your flagpole parts.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day, sometimes referred to as MLK Day, is an American Federal holiday, marking his birthday. Although Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday is technically on January 15th, we celebrate it every year on the third Monday of January, due to the Uniform Holiday Monday act. Why we commemorate King was the most visible and prominent spokesperson for nonviolent activism during the Civil Rights Movement, from 1954 until his death in 1968. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolent resistance. King was posthumously awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential...

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Coming into the new year, it’s important to not only know when to display your American Flag at half-staff but also to know the rules—the protocol around it. First things first, what is the difference between a flag holiday and a half-staff day? Of course, at LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave® we believe that the American Flag should be proudly displayed outdoors every day that weather permits. But there are also special holidays and days of recognition when it is especially important to fly your Outdoor American Flag. These days are called flag flying holidays, or American Flag holidays. Generally, on...

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In 1982, my father, Arthur Zakharian, opened LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave® based on the principle that the company would never sell a foreign-made American Flag. To this day, we only sell 100% American-made Flags—exceptional merchandise that is made in America with American-made materials.

We believe that if American Flags were to stop being made in America, we would have to shut our doors entirely.

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