The Flag Company, Inc. Sees Immediate Surge in Flag Replacements to Hurricane-Ravaged South

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The Flag Company, Inc. has experienced an inordinate spike in flag replacement sales. The phenomenon is due to the natural consequences of even the most durable, industrial strength G-Spec American cotton, nylon and polyester flag materials being subjected to, and shredded by the onslaught of historically powerful hurricane winds and rainfall amounts in Texas, Florida and all throughout the Southeastern United States.

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The Flag Company, Inc. has experienced an inordinate spike in flag replacement sales. The phenomenon is due to the natural consequences of even the most durable, industrial strength G-Spec American cotton, nylon and polyester flag materials being subjected to, and shredded by the onslaught of historically powerful hurricane winds and rainfall amounts in Texas, Florida and all throughout the Southeastern United States. The Georgia-based company, which has a significant presence in the South, shares in the neighborly pride of restoring flags to their place of prominence.

“We’re honored to be part of the healing process,” said Mike Lawrence, Vice President of The Flag Company, Inc. “Of course, we want to replace the flags as soon as possible, and see them once again waving proudly over public and private structures. It represents a comforting return to normalcy.”

Civic responsibility is woven into The Flag Company, Inc.’s long-standing corporate DNA. For instance, the company, and its Flagpole Warehouse subsidiary is currently celebrating a six-year anniversary of being certified by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA). The company earned its accreditation with its Illuminator Series Beacon Dark Sky-certified lighting technology, which is environmentally conscientious to the critical issues of light pollution and its effect on the planet.

Continues Mr. Lawrence, “The natural night sky is part of our universal heritage. We are proud to be part of IDA’s efforts to protect night skies for present and future generations.”

Besides http://www.flagpolewarehouse.com, The Flag Company, Inc. and its affiliated websites target a varied and diverse customer base. For example, http://www.feelgoodlightups.com features decorative light lenses for home or office to improve mood and productivity; and http://www.toothpickflag.com is dedicated to the holiday season and all the festivities that colorful toothpick flags will help make sparkle.

About The Flag Company, Inc. and Flagpole Warehouse.com
http://www.flagco.com The Flagpole Warehouse.com division is the latest example of The Flag Company, Inc.’s commitment to being at the proactive forefront of environmentally-sensitive issues. Since its founding over 29 years ago, The Flag Company, Inc. has strived to implement the most eco-friendly manufacturing processes and products. When it comes to flagpole lighting, whether it’s commercial or residential, Dark Sky or solar powered, the Flagpole Warehouse correctly lights the way. The Flagpole Warehouse offers a large number of lighting solutions, with every conceivable part, package, transformer and more to complete a project’s flag-lighting needs.
Flagoco.com boasts flags and flagpoles at many highly visible and notable civic and public projects including:

  • 1996 Olympics, Atlanta, GA - Flagpoles and Flags
  • Dow Chemical World Headquarters, Midland, MI - Flagpoles & Flagpole Beacons
  • National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning, GA - Flagpoles
  • FORSCOM Headquarters, Fort Bragg, NC - Flagpoles
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport - Flagpoles
  • IKEA, CA - Flagpole Beacons
  • Manpower Group World Headquarters, Milwaukee, WI. - Flagpoles & Flagpole Beacons
  • Strategic Operations, San Diego, CA - Custom Flagpoles
  • Turner Field, Atlanta, GA – Flagpoles

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