Flag Etiquette

  1. A Patriot's Guide to Retiring an American Flag

    american flag papyrus The American flag will always be an enduring symbol of our history, values and culture. Nonetheless, flags do not last forever. Over time, your flag will become soiled, faded or frayed from exposure to the elements or the passage of time itself. When one or more of these conditions becomes evident, it is every patriot's duty to retire an old flag respectfully. Luckily, there are multiple options for appropriate flag disposal.
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  2. How to Keep Your Outdoor Flags Looking Great All Year-Round

    An American home proudly displaying their flag for a patriotic holiday Many Americans take great pride in flying the U.S. flag outside their homes, but they may not realize that it is a serious violation of flag etiquette to display a damaged flag. How long your flag lasts depends on a number of factors, such as the weather, the materials used, and if the flag is hung continuously. So, how do you keep your outdoor flag looking great all year around?
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  3. 8 Ways to Respectfully Display Your American Flag

    The American flag is possibly the most timeless decoration to adorn every U.S. home or business, but, you may not have thought about using it in new, creative ways to spruce up your space in a patriotic manner.

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  4. Religious Flags and Banners for the Holidays

    Every family or congregation has its own share of holiday traditions, whether it's gathering for a large meal or decorating the house together. Many of these holiday traditions derive from certain religious backgrounds.

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  5. Presents for Patriots: 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for American Flag Enthusiasts

    Presents for Patriots 2017 Holiday Gift Guide for American Flag EnthusiastsGot a patriotic recipient on your list this season? Fret not! We’ve got all the top American flag gifts for everyone from retired service members and historians to casual patriots. Waving Old Glory is a right and privilege of all Americans, and it’s one to celebrate year-round, especially during the holidays. Just make sure you choose an all-weather style that can handle the inclement weather of the season!
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  6. We Wish You Ameri-Christmas: Patriotic Decorations for the Holidays

    Who says patriotic decorations are only for the summertime? We think the holidays are the perfect time of year to show your patriotic pride, whether you invest in a high-quality, all-weather American flag for the exterior of your home or get creative more unconventional decorations.

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  7. Holiday Flags for Small-Town Celebrations

    If you’re looking for a great way to add a little bit of festive flair to your small-town holiday celebration, there’s no better choice than holiday flags and banners. These flags come in a wide variety of holiday-themed decorations featuring snowmen, Santa, candy canes, winter animals, reindeers, snowflakes, and more. They’re also available with special seasonal messages like “Season’s Greetings” and “Merry Christmas.” In other words, they’re the perfect way to add some warm cheer to your town this year!

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  8. Home of the Brave: 22 Best Veteran's Day Celebrations

    best veterans day celebrations american flag illustrationAcross the nation, citizens of the USA take the time to recognize those who served in our country’s military. Veteran’s Day is our chance to say “thank you” to our former and current soldiers in a public forum.
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  9.  Valley Forge Flags: What Makes Quality American Flags

    Closeup of ruffled American flag It takes a lot of experience, knowledge and care to make a quality American flag. American flags symbolize patriotism, the constitution, sacrifice and so much more. Flags mean different things to different people, but all agree that it represents our country.
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  10. Parade Flag Etiquette

    Everyone loves a parade. The floats, fire engines, bands and other community presentations make parades of all kinds a community celebration.

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