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Repairing Old Glory If there is one fact that all American flag flyers appreciate, it is that all flags sustain damage from being exposed to the elements. Of course, some flags take more damage than others. For instance, flags that fly in areas with more windy conditions are not likely to last as long as their [...]

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Black Mourning Ribbon Unable to Fly Your Flag at Half-Staff? Just as there are exceptions to every rule, there are circumstances that prevent some flag flyers from observing half-staff notifications. For example, flags mounted to flagpoles that are too short, or flags that are hung on flat surfaces may not be capable of flying at half-staff. Such circumstances [...]

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Classroom flags made easy Selecting and purchasing American flags for classrooms seems straightforward, but there are many variables that come into play for different situations. Ultimately, we want a flag that is the right quality and size, and is located in the best position. A few considerations will simplify the purchase and save both time and [...]

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A family tradition Celebrating the rich history of the United States isn't just a byproduct of the LIBERTY FLAGS family business — we are proud to say that it is also woven into the fabric of our family culture. Each year, following brisk business in the run-up to the 4th of July, we set off [...]

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This article was originally published on KRMG.com on Tuesday, June 14, 2016. Man who opened Tulsa flag store truly achieved the American Dream By Russell Mills The interior of the LIBERTY FLAGS showroom in Tulsa, OK. Photo credit: Russell Mills. Click the image to shop LIBERTY FLAGS' American flags and accessories. Sometimes as a reporter you think you're going to [...]

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