By TomL

Flags made in America??? Recent information has come to light that some Corporations had labels from companies on American Flags that lead you believe that they were made in America and they were not. The Corporations have subcontractor that have denied the allegations but recently three more subcontractor were uncovered counterfeiting made in the USA Flags.

The company that has been overseeing the Flag Manufacturers is FMMA. They are challenging subcontractors that are suspected of buying and selling counterfeit flags in the United States.

The Flag Manufacturers Association of America (FMAA) is a non-profit trade association, established in 2003, representing the leading United States flag manufacturers and suppliers dedicated to educating and promoting the quality, variety and proper use of flags manufactured in the United States.

FMAA is currently comprised of manufacturers and related industry members who believe in keeping American flags Made in the U.S.A.

First, I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to pledge to an American flag made in a foreign country, especially made in China. Second, the products are inferior, the material does not last long and the color fades. Yes, usually they are cheaper but you get what you pay for. I have heard stories about people saying I don’t care where the flag is made. Well you better care! That is the flag that our troops died for and represents our Country and Freedom.
Some of these flags are being purchased through Amazon and they have a made in the USA or FMMA label on them. FMMA is challenging every one of their subcontractors to honesty, Integrity and make sure made in the USA means just that!


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