These days, there are many questions concerning the direction in which America is headed, in consideration of the ways in which our government has handled and responded to national issues and various impending threats to our safety and integrity. There is a growing contingency that continues to question the rapidity with which the broad brush of our government sweeps change across the nation, with a varying degree of helpfulness and charity. Many feel our constitution has been violated on numerous occasions, resulting in what could be seen as a modern American crisis.
Posted by Eric on 3/19/2014 to About Flags
The good news is, there are standardized sizes for the multitudes of utility tables that are commonly used by event specialists and caterers alike, for trade shows, weddings and just about every other type of venue imaginable. When you rent tables from a rental company, you will get a table or tables with the same dimensions. The bad news is that the tables are, at best, ugly. Every one of them, whether new or old and worn is nothing more than four metal legs supporting a metal-framed, wooden tabletop.
Posted by Eric on 3/18/2014 to About Flags
Are you doing everything possible to promote your business? Have you considered that there still may be methods of advertising that are inexpensive and very effective? One comes in the form of an outdoor advertising solution that is easy to use, transportable and attention-getting. Custom feather flags come in every size and style. Exterior marketing tools are crucial purchases when it comes to making your message highly visible and reaching more customers. Feather flags are designed to draw customers from outside into any establishment. Passersby are fascinated by their irresistible lure.
Posted by Eric on 2/20/2014 to About Flags
White flags have had different significance and meanings in history, depending on the locale. The white flag is an internationally recognized protective sign of truce or ceasefire, and a request for negotiation. It is also used to symbolize surrender, since often it’s the weaker military party waving it. A white flag is used to signify to everyone that an approaching negotiator is unarmed, with intent to surrender or a desire to communicate without weapons.
Posted by Eric on 2/19/2014 to About Flags
Flags make for an excellent way to show where you stand, those things you're proud of, and add a touch of whimsy to the ambience of your home. They make great attention getters for businesses and events, and with the wind’s assistance, they will dance about, drawing everyone’s field of vision upward to see just what it is that’s moving about in the air.
Posted by Eric on 2/13/2014 to About Flags
How do you feel when you see the American Flag displayed in public—perhaps somewhere inside the mall, seen on a printed shirt, or even at your doctor’s office? Does it appall you or does it draw you closer instead?
Posted by Eric on 1/22/2014 to Flag History
The state flag of Alabama may be among the most recognized in the United States with its eye-catching and strong visual appeal. For those who aren’t familiar with the history behind it, the Alabama state flag may just look like a huge red X-mark laid against a white background. But in fact, it’s “a crimson cross of St. Andrew on a field of white.”
Posted by Tati on 1/18/2014 to About Flags
When you think of flags, you probably immediately think about the Star-Spangled Banner or perhaps the flag representing your favorite college team. But these flags do come in different forms and in fact, you can even have one customized to suit your whim and need!
Posted by Eric on 1/15/2014 to About Flags
Anyone who has spent a decent amount of time in the world of business can tell you how powerful visual marketing can be, especially when it comes to retailers who have products to sell. Not only does your product have to be marketable on its own merits, but you have to be able to squeeze the purchasing triggers for your target market in order to persuade them to buy your product instead of those offered by your competitors. This is where visual marketing comes in, and where the proper use of marketing flags and banners can provide your company with a substantial advantage.
Posted by Eric on 12/27/2013 to About Flags
People enjoy being able to show off things they love, such as a business, a team or even the place they were born. Anyone can do this in many ways, but a very common way is with some type of flag. This could be a flag in the traditional sense of having an actual flag on a pole, but it could also mean having a symbol on a banner, rug or something else in a location that attracts attention.
Posted by Joe P. on 12/5/2013 to About Flags
The nation of Wales has a long and proud history represented on its flag. Many people are not familiar with the Welsh flag and mistakenly believe that the British Union Jack is the only flag of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Posted by Joe P. on 12/3/2013 to About Flags
The Union Jack is the flag of the entire United Kingdom, which is made up of four separate nations each with its own flag. The flag of England is known as the the St. George's Cross. It features a red cross on a white field. This flag is also sometimes used in Northern Ireland. The flag of Scotland has dark blue field and a white "X" that signifies St. Andrews cross.
The bright colors of a flag fluttering on your porch or lawn add classic appeal. These welcoming heralds catch the eye with graceful movement, and lift the spirits of visitors and neighbors. Do not wait until the Fourth of July to decorate your home with flags. Seasonal flags let you celebrate every holiday and announce the arrival of each season.
Posted by Eric Pfeiffer on 10/17/2013 to About Flags
Flags are a great way to show patriotic spirit for a country. A flag is a symbol of honor and country for people around the world. Many countries, including the United States, have a Flag Day to celebrate this symbol of national pride. Buying a flag for the home requires some research to ensure it is the right size.
Posted by Eric Pfeiffer on 10/16/2013 to About Flags
A flag is a symbol of great importance; one that can signify patriotism, leadership and peace. The American flag, specifically, touches a special place in the heart of any American. Though a young country comparatively, the United States of America has had their fair share of battles, physically and politically, and the flag reminds Americans everyday that we continue to go to battle for justice. Today, it is more important than ever to remind our children of what it means to be an American and how far we've come, but also how much further we have to go.
Posted by Joe on 7/12/2013 to About Flags
The present California State Flag was chosen by the state legislature in the year of 1911. The present flag is designed slightly differently than the original state flag. The five point red star remains in the upper left hand corner although it is a bit smaller on the newer flag. The bear has been relocated to the center of the flag and is much larger now.
Posted by Bryan on 3/28/2013 to Flag History
The State of New York flag, adopted in 1778, can be best understood by reading it from the bottom up: At the flag's base sits its ribbon. In stark white, it features the state motto “Excelsior” which is Latin for “ever upward”, reflecting New York State’s desire to achieve bigger and better things. On top of the white ribbon stand the two figures of “Justice” and “Liberty.”
Posted by Joe on 2/28/2013 to About Flags
There are many benefits of using flags for attracting business, especially when everyone else is focused on Internet and TV advertising. This may seem bit surprising to you but there are several solid reasons to consider flags for promoting your business. Let’s have a close look at few advantages of using custom and stock flags for promoting your business and you’ll see just how useful they can be in helping you to attract more business.
Posted by Bryan on 1/17/2013 to About Flags
When you find yourself in need of quality flags, you'll find everything that you need here at Tidmore Flags.
Posted by Mel on 12/20/2012 to About Flags
A (usually) rectangular piece of fabric. It is displayed, adored, and saluted. A flag serves a symbolic purpose, being designed distinctively for whether the purpose be to symbolize a nation or signal for safety.
Posted by Bryan on 12/18/2012 to About Flags
In this article we'll discuss the State Flag of Florida.
Posted by Bryan on 12/6/2012 to Flag History
Flags can say quite a bit about a person and where they stand. The
following are some of the most common types of flags and the way in
which they can be interpreted.
Posted by Bryan on 7/20/2012 to About Flags
During the course of history flags have evolved from just
military usage to many other uses, from maritime semaphore flags to
pennants to national flags. In addition to the previous mentioned flags
there are also flags used for advertisement and supporting sports teams.
Posted by Joe on 6/15/2012 to Flag History
There is perhaps no better source of pride than showing off your
spirit by flying or displaying a flag. Whether showing your national or
state allegiance, honoring your favorite sports team or just using a
flag with colorful designs to highlight the time of year there are ample
reasons to have one visible.
Posted by Bryan on 5/27/2012 to About Flags