Park City, UT (PRWEB) March 31, 2006
Flagstuff.com, a leading supplier of flags and information about flags online, has made the job of purchasing signal flags easy and fun. The people at Flagstuff have developed a process they’ve dubbed “One Click,” and it’s really just as simple as it sounds.
For thousands of sail boat and power boat owners across the United States, preparing for summer is a satisfying and exciting task, but buying seaworthy flags on the internet is often a hassle.
International Code Signals, more commonly known simply as nautical signal flags are those brightly colored flags seen streaming from the masts of sailboats, yachts and even smaller power boats, and boat owners love them.
But buying them has often been a daunting task. To begin with, just finding a suitable quality flag for marine use can seem like hunting for a golf ball in the tall weeds.
Then there’s the problem buying only the flags you want quickly and easily without having to buy a whole set. Each nautical signal flag represents a letter or number and most boat owners enjoy spelling something such as the name of their boat.
But unfortunately for boat owners, the typical website requires you to place each flag one by one into the shopping cart. If the boat has a long name, the process can take a lot of time and leave you frazzled!
Here’s how Flagstuff’s “One Click” buying works. First locate the size of the signal flags you need. If you’re not sure which size is right, a well designed size chart gives you all the information you’ll need to decide.
The pages are laid out with a picture of every signal flag, its “code” name (like Alpha for “A”) and a small box for entering the quantities. Just enter the quantities for each flag you wish to buy, then click on the “Buy” button and that’s it! All the flags are in the shopping cart and you can check out in minutes.
And if that isn’t enough to float your boat, Flagstuff gives a 10% discount with the purchase of two or more flags -- and the shipping is free too.
Flagstuff.com owner Tom Pitts is more than pleased with the results they’ve achieved. “We are always looking for new ways to bring our customers into the process and make their lives easier,” he says. “Judging from the response to our new ‘One Click’ for signal flags, I think we hit a home run. We have especially received a lot of positive feedback from our Navy and Coast Guard customers.”
If you have questions regarding nautical flags or just flags in general, the folks at Flagstuff.com are more than happy answer them. Call toll free - 877-774-1776, or visit the store http://www.flagstuff.com.
Flagstuff.com is one of the leading online sources for flags of all types including American flags, nautical flags and historic American flags and represents all the major flag makers in the U.S. Flagstuff is a family owned and operated company located in Park City, Utah.
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