If your old American flag is tattered and in need of replacement, particularly if it is due to one of the recent hurricanes, the good folks over at AmericanFlags.com will give you a free replacement.
These are the same people who gave away free American flags just before the 4th of July, and I can tell you first-hand that they are nice flags, and that AmericanFlags.com is true to their word.
Said a statement by AmericanFlags.com, “In the wake of Hurricane Wilma, AmericanFlags.com announced today that it will immediately begin distributing free American Flags to those whose flags were damaged during this autumn’s inclement weather. The U.S. flags to be given away by AmericanFlags.com measure 3 feet by 5 feet and generally retail on the website for $19.99, plus shipping and handling. Up to 100,000 customers will get these flags for free and pay only for shipping and handling.”
Added AmericanFlags.com CEO Jeffrey Reynolds, “As the residents of Florida and other weather-battered areas begin clean-up efforts and retire their tattered flags, we want to make sure that they are replaced with clean, new flags that properly reflect that spirit.”
AmericanFlags.com is truly a class act. So, if your old American flag was damaged by one of the recent hurricanes, you can request a replacement for your old American flag from AmericanFlags.com
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