EXCLUSIVE: Here’s a great way to display your patriotism
The American flag – our nation’s beautiful symbol of freedom – has come under attack in recent years, and many Americans are finding ways to proudly declare their love and loyalty for our flag, and for those who have fought and died for it.
When NFL players first began disrespecting the national anthem and the U.S. flag by kneeling during the playing of the “Star Spangled Banner” before their games, DML News was inspired to create the “I Stand For My Flag” bumper sticker.
The bumper sticker has remained one of our most popular items, as American patriots across the nation have continued to use them to show they’re standing tall for the U.S. flag and the freedoms it represents.
THE BUMPER STICKER is just $4.99
It measures 3 inches by 8.25 inches and will be mailed via UPS.
To order online, click the yellow “ADD TO CART” button located below.
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