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Imprinted American Flags
Size and Description
Price ea.
4” x 6” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 10” Staff -


6” x 9” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 18” Staff -


8” x 12” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 24” Staff -
12” x 18” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 30” Staff -
U.S. Hand Held Stick Flags are
100% American-Made

These flags are an affordable symbol of pride and American values. They’re the perfect way to get your name into the hands and the eyes of the public.

Made of traditional colorfast cotton, our American flags resist fading and ensure a vibrancy of color for years to come. Your imprint appears on the wooden staff.

NON-Imprinted American Flags
Size and Description
Price ea.
4” x 6” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 10” Staff -


6” x 9” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 18” Staff -


8” x 12” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 24” Staff -


12” x 18” Unhemmed U.S. Cotton Flag on 30” Staff -



Our Hand Held flags come in a variety of sizes and are printed in vibrant colors on extra heavy cotton material, securely stapled to smooth-sanded wooden staffs with gilded spearheads.

  • Attend your local Memorial Day, Flag Day or 4th of July Parade/Event and hand out flags to the crowd. "No Brainer!"
  • Place flags on doors & mailboxes throughout the neighborhoods you are farming.
  • Leave flags at local elementary schools for children to bring home to their parents. Why not also give them a copy of the US constitution for them to read as a extra gift.
  • Coordinate with your local Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops and let them help you to hand out flags at parades, in neighborhoods or even in front of your local grocery stores!
  • These flags are also ideal for political event giveaways such as victory parties, rallies, door to door political campaigning, etc.
How to personalize a Non-Imprinted Hand Held American Flag

You can also order flags without an imprint for as low as .30 cents each which is a fantastic price. Use our non-imprinted flags in concert with printed/perforated cards to make an impact in your farming areas. Simply create your "Compliments Of" card with a hole at the top and bottom, then affix your card using tape, glue, staples or you can also cut out card slots.

  • CLICK HERE to download a FREE & EASY online PDF "Compliments of" card that you can print on your own printer, cut and utilize. Simply download it, fill in one of the squares and the remaining squares will auto-populate with your information!
  • Next, print out as many as you need, cut the paper and then poke the flags through.
  • If you would like to make it even easier on yourself, simply visit your local Office Depot, Office Max, or Wal Mart and pick up some AVERY Postcards for Inkjet Printers. Product Number (#08387). Print out how many postcards you require and poke the flags through!
  • The only thing easier than that is to buy your flags with your information already printed on the staff!
Proper Flag Etiquette

The following are not laws;
they are examples of courteous flag etiquette.

  • Fly a U.S. flag above all other lesser flags on a flagpole.
  • Never Fly the U.S. flag with a flag from another country on the same pole.
  • An upside-down flag is a sign of distress.
  • A flag at half-mast is a sign of mourning.
  • When raising or lowering a flag half-mast, first raise the flag to
    the top of the flagpole.
  • It is unacceptable to lower a flag over a casket into a grave.
  • It is acceptable to display a flag at night if it is properly illuminated.
  • The blue portion of the flag will be visible on a properly folded flag.
  • Give a flag that's beyond repair to your local American Legion Post
    - they will dispose of it properly.
The United States Flag
The History: The Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes pattern for the national flag in 1777, almost one year after the Declaration of Independence and more than a decade before the U.S. Constitution was finalized. Flag Day was first celebrated in 1877, the centennial of the U.S. Flag’s existence. After that, many citizens and organizations advocated the adoption of a national day of commemoration for the U.S. Flag. It was not until 1949 that President Harry Truman signed legislation making Flag Day a day of national observance.

Stars and Stripes: The U.S. Flag has thirteen horizontal stripes, alternating red and white, each strip representing one of the 13 original colonies of England. The United States Flag has 50 stars, one for each state of the Union. The last star added was for the state of Hawaii, in 1960.

Marching with the Flag: Famed composer and long time U.S. Marine Corps. Bandmaster John Philip Sousa wrote the stirring march, “Stars and Stripes Forever”.

Flag Photographs: One of the most famous images from WW II is the photograph snapped by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal showing the second raising of the U.S. Flag by U.S. Marines, February 23, 1945 on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima Island.

Don't let them forget: Sadly, Flag Day is not a recognized holiday in the United States! Although it is marked on calendars, for most Americans the day passes without knowledge of the significance of the date. Handing out flags door to door in your neighborhood with a Flag Day message on a card is an excellent way to keep Flag Day in the minds and hearts of Americans and also help to cement yourself as a patriotic American real estate professional.


The U.S. Flag may be given out and flown every day especially on the following days:
Jan. 1st New Year's Day
Jan. 20th Inauguration Day
Feb. 12th Lincoln's Birthday
3rd Monday
in February
Presidents’ Day
April 6th Army Day
May 8th V-E Day
3rd Saturday
in May
Armed Forces Day
Last Monday
in May
Memorial Day
May 30th Memorial Day Traditional
June 14th Flag Day
July 4th Independence Day
1st Monday
in September
Labor Day
September 2nd V-J Day
September 11th Patriot Day
September 17th Constitution Day
2nd Monday
in October
Columbus Day
October 27th Navy Day
1st Tuesday
in November
Election Day
November 11th Veteran's Day
4th Thursday
in November
 Thanksgiving Day
December 7th Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day


Offer Details and Availability

You should place your order 2-4 weeks before the event.

Imprinting Set-Up Charges:
$50 set-up charge. Price Includes 1-color imprint on staff.

Production Time:
For Imprinted U.S. Flags please allow 3 to 4 weeks for production and delivery.

Should you have any questions please email us
or you can always call us toll free at (800) 457-7030.


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6290 Harrison Drive, Suite 7
Las Vegas, NV 89120-4040

Main Office: (702) 798-0800
Toll Free: (800) 457-7030
Fax: (702) 798-5054

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