Eagle Flag Installs First 100' Aluminum Flagpole
We are excited to share with you a recent project we completed with Deerin Companies in Lancaster PA, for the installation of a 100’ aluminum flagpole at the intersection of Rt 222 and Rt.30. This beautiful pole enables customers to go 20’ higher than they could previously to show their American pride at new heights!
If you have already driven past this pole, you will know what we are talking about. If not, take a drive by at night to catch the best view of the 20’ x 30’ flag flying 100’ in the air with an LED lighting package illuminating the stars and stripes. It really is a site to see and shows the true pride that Lancaster County shows in their country! The horns honking on the highway showing support during the installation process proves this point.
For more information on the new 100′ Aluminum flagpole please visit our website or give us a call.
Our 10th Downtown Open Banner Project! Thank you Ephrata, PA!
It is hard to believe that we just finished our 10th Downtown Open Banner project!
These banners were originally created in conjunction with Kelly Withum for Lititz, PA,voted the “Coolest small town in America” in 2013. Word spread quickly and we started to receive interest from towns all across the US. Each project is different and exciting and we are so happy to hear feedback from our clients when the banners are hung.
To dress up your downtown or to learn more about our custom banners and poles, please visit our website or give us a call.
Welcome to the Eagle Flag Blog Page!
What to Expect from our Blog posts
Eagle Flag and Supply hopes that you enjoy our blog page. We look forward to sharing informative content regarding flags, flagpoles, installations, repairs and more. We also look forward to sharing patriotic stories, some occasional humor, and some insight into our small family run business.
Ever want to know what size flag you should fly on your pole, why we fly flags on certain holidays, or maybe the meaning of a particular flag? Follow us as we share these interesting details, honor old glory, and have some fun with flags!
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