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Parade Of Flags
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Order now for 2015: Subscribe for $ 40 per flag per year. 2 flags would be $ 80, 3 flags are $ 120--- and the view on your front yard will be incredible! Subscribe for as many flags as you want. You can purchase flags as a gift for someone, or simply make a donation so that a local Veteran can have a flag in their yard.
Do you know a Veteran? HONOR THEM with a $ 5 Veteran's Plaque - limit one plaque per flag subscription.
Homeowner's Associations and Businesses: Subscribe for 10 or more flags to line your entrances and each flag will be only $ 30. PLUS** your HOA residents and employees have this offer extended to them as well ($ 30 per flag per year). A HUGE discount on an already inexpensive way to show your patriotism.
Please note, flag subscriptions are available in Buckeye, Highland and Medina City School Districts only.
Please help us spread the word about the Parade of Flags program! Tell your friends and neighbors. Order NOW! Any questions? Email us at email@example.com or call 330.607.8670.
** The deadline for flags to be posted for Memorial Day was May 10. Next deadline is June 18 for July 4th. We will do our best to accommodate all subscriptions made after the deadlines but cannot guarantee postings.
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