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Our great Columbia Walmart is selling made in America flags

Maury Lewis writes:
I am very pleased to tell the readers of Columbia Magazine that the flags which are being sold in our great Walmart are made in America. They are made in New Jersey.

Some with the wood poles are assembled in China but the banners are made in the USA.

I guess they can't find a company in America to put the two together. Maybe some one here in Columbia can get that contract.

If you are displaying the flag and you want to do it correctly, Google ways to hang or display the American flag, You will learn a lot. I did.

Happy 4th of July to all People who read this great American paper.

We are a blessed nation. - Maury Lewis



This story was posted on 2011-06-24 11:28:54
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