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    Banner FAQ

    By | July 11, 2017| using varied and diverse equipment of our equally banner varied and diverse supplier base for digital printing,dye printing, screen printing, heart transfer and so on to meet different logo image display.
    Just think of us as a huge printing factory that can produce anything you require within the printing industry. With low overhead, and own print machinery our operating costs are lower which equates to lower prices to the end client…which is you!

      Flag Privacy Policy

      By | July 11, 2017|

      At, we are committed to protecting your privacy from banner or flag or any items. does not sell, trade, or rent your personal information and your personal logo image to other companies.
      The information we collect about you is used to process orders and to provide a more personalized shopping experience. will not collect any personal information about you except when you specifically and knowingly provide such information.
      How we use the information we collect:

        Outdoor Flag What Size is Better suit your usage?

        By | July 11, 2017|

        Materials for flags are Cotton, 1-ply Polyester, 2-ply Polyester, and Nylon. Cotton fabric is for the purest at heart, it is very durable, but fades fast under extreme sun exposure. 1-ply Polyester fills the needs of the budget minded. And the most popular fabric is Nylon because it is moderately priced, takes a light wind to lift the flag and is fairly durable. But if your flag is wearing out every 6 months or less you will need the tough 2-ply Polyester, it is made for persons who fly their flags in high wind areas or extreme outdoor conditions. For more questions regarding the durability of outdoor flags

          How Long will a flag,banner,beach flag last?

          By | July 11, 2017|

          Experience has proven that this is an impossible question to answer accurately. It is like predicting the weather, airborne contamination, and the treatment people will give a flag.
          The major enemies of a flag are wind, sun and carelessness, the single greatest cause of flag deterioration. Neither you nor we can control the weather, but you can take care of your flag and lengthen its life. Continuous day and night display will shorten a flag’s life. If your flag is not illuminated at night, you should consider taking it down to appreciably lengthen its life.