Minnesota-based Uncommon USA Makes the Best Flagpoles in the Industry

uncommon usa flag flagpoleThe Uncommon “Original” Telescoping Flagpole was invented in the 1980’s to fill a need to display Memorial Flags in honor of fallen Veterans. Flown only on holidays and special occasions, the entire Flag Pole can be collapsed with the push of a button and removed for storage, until the next event, and then once again be easily slipped into the ground sleeve and raised respectfully.

Uncommon USA, Inc. is proud to have developed this concept into the sturdy, versatile flagpole offered to homeowners today.

“Quality” and “Value” along with their Scandinavian honesty and strong work ethic motivates the staff at Uncommon USA to deliver an exceptional product at a fair price. Each flagpole is assembled and inspected in their manufacturing plant in Willmar, Minnesota. Don’t be fooled by cheaply made copy-cat telescoping flagpoles in the market place today.

You can trust The “Original” by Uncommon USA, Inc. They are so confident in their product that they offer a 90-day satisfaction guarantee!

The company has grown each year as they manufacture and sell thousands of telescoping flagpoles. They are a growing company providing a unique product at the right price along with the service to back it up. On top of flagpoles, they also make and sell accessories and holiday decor for every occasion.

When should you fly the United States flag? See what the experts at Uncommon USA have to say below.

When To Fly The Flag

Of course, you are encouraged to fly the flag on all days that do not have inclement weather.

The United States Code, Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 6 (also referred to as ìThe Flag Code”) specifies days when it is particularly appropriate to display the US Flag. Those days shown in bold in the table below are days that the flag should be flown at half-staff.

January 1 New Year’s Day

Third Monday in January Martin Luther King Day

January 20 Inauguration Day

February 12 Lincoln’s Birthday

Third Monday in February President’s Day

Easter Sunday

Second Sunday in May Mother’s Day

May 15 Peace Officers Memorial Day (half-staff)

Third Saturday in May Armed Forces Day

Last Monday in May Memorial Day (half-staff until noon)

June 14 Flag Day and Army Day

Third Sunday in June Father’s Day

July 4 Independence Day

First Monday in September Labor Day

September 11 Patriot Day (half-staff)

September 17 Constitution Day and Air Force Day

Last Sunday in September Gold Star Mothers’ Day

Second Monday in October Columbus Day

October 27 Navy Day

First Tuesday in November National Election Day

November 10 Marine Corps Day

November 11 Veteran’s Day

Fourth Thursday in November Thanksgiving Day

December 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day (half-staff)

December 25 Christmas Day

On December 18, 2001 President Bush signed Public Law No. 107-89 designating Patriot Day as September 11 to honor the individuals who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks. People of the United States are also asked to observe a moment of silence on that day in remembrance of the victims. In accordance with a Presidential Proclamation dated December 6, 2002 and Public Law 103-308 as amended by Congress.

How to dispose of the US Flag

When a flag is old, worn, tattered, or frayed and no longer is in a condition befitting a symbol of our country, it should be destroyed privately in a dignified matter, preferbly by burning. Many veteran and civic organizations, will properly dispose of the US flag at no cost to you. Please feel free to also drop it off at any one of our locations Arizona, Illinois or Minnesota.

Uncommon USA attended the inaugural event in Indianapolis. Click here to browse flags, flagpoles, and other accessories on their website.

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