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Replace Weathered Flags at FLAGS.US- A Fresh Approach to Value And Superior Service

Replace Weathered Flags at FLAGS.US- A Fresh Approach to Value And Superior Service

It is considered poor etiquette and disrespectful to raise or display a torn, ripped or soiled flag. Now, whenever it is time to burn the old and welcome a new flag, turn to the national leaders in flag distribution.

FLAGS.US is not your traditional mom and pop shop flag retailer; they’re edgy, hip and are preserving patriotism for the next generation. Based on Long Island, this ecommerce leader carries flags made by the nation's oldest flag makers - Annin & Valley Forge - and a dozen other major manufacturers. Their newly launched website is owned and operated by Precision Marketing Solutions Inc., which also owns and operates AmericanFlags.com, WholesaleFlags.com and several other distinctive web properties.

tornflag.jpgFor the now generation, FLAGS.US offers durable residential and commercial-grade flags featuring US flags, military flags, historic flags, state flags, world flags and advertising flags in a variety of popular sizes. They take pride in being able to ship from seven warehouses strategically located across the United States, which allows loyal customers to save on shipping and get their merchandise faster. With an unwavering commitment to superior customer service, FLAGS.US offers consumers the best quality flags at the best prices, shipped directly to your door.

FLAGS.US believes that a United States flag should be affordable to everyone and should be made in America by American workers. As such, they proudly sell only American-made US flags and they sell them in a variety of popular sizes, both for indoor and outdoor display. The company’s Nyl-Glo US flags and Tough Tex US flags come with a 1-year colorfast warranty – no company offers a better guarantee against wind, rain, snow and sun damage.

When a United States flag is so worn it is no longer fit to serve as a symbol of our country, it should be destroyed by burning it in a dignified manner. American Legion chapters, Boy Scout troops and other local civic organizations often offer free flag disposal. FLAGS.US is one of America's premier flag suppliers. To view their large selection of flags, visit www.flags.us.