Americanflags.Com to Give Away Free Flags in Honor of Flag Day

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The U.S. flags to be given away by AmericanFlags.com measure 3 feet by 5 feet, feature sturdy metal grommets and generally retail on the website for $19.99.

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The surge in patriotism we saw after 9/11 has waned, and the American flags that once adorned every home, car and business seem to have disappeared

AmericanFlags.com announced today that it will offer its website visitors free American Flags in honor of Flag Day. The U.S. flags to be given away by AmericanFlags.com measure 3 feet by 5 feet, feature sturdy metal grommets and generally retail on the website for $19.99, plus shipping and handling. Until July 4th, up to one million customers will get these flags for free and pay only for shipping and handling.

“The surge in patriotism we saw after 9/11 has waned, and the American flags that once adorned every home, car and business seem to have disappeared,” said AmericanFlags.com President/CEO Jeffrey L. Reynolds. “As hundreds of thousands of flags are properly retired in ceremonies today, we are committed to making sure that each one is replaced with a fresh, new flag that will represent our American pride in an appropriate way. Especially now as the fight against terrorism continues, we at AmericanFlags.com want to make sure that our veterans, our troops and their families see a flag flying on every home in America and understand the true depth of our gratitude for their sacrifices.”

AmericanFlags.com is the world's largest retailer of U.S. flags and flagpoles, supplying American-made products to corporations, schools, military bases and consumers worldwide. AmericanFlags.com is owned and operated by Precision Marketing Solutions, Inc., a privately-held corporation based in New York. Visitors can claim their free flags by visiting http://www.americanflags.com.

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Jeffrey L. Reynolds

President/CEO

AmericanFlags.com

1-877-7OFFICE

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