The Applewood Business Association invites you to help celebrate Flag Day! Each year, the ABA sponsors the placing of American flags along Youngfield St. and along 32nd Avenue from Flag Day (June 14) through Independence Day (July 4th). A special thanks to Prospect Recreation and Parks District who places and removes the flags.
The ABA is reaching out to its membership, local businesses and Applewood residents seeking sponsorships of $50.00 per flag for a basic sponsorship and $100 per flag for an Honor Flag sponsorship. Each participant at the basic level will be entered to win a drawing for an American Flag and stand donated by
Lori Bush-Engel, Prudential Advisors
Each Honor Flag sponsor will be recognized at upcoming ABA events and publications, as well as receive an American Flag and certificate commemorating their support! Proceeds from the sponsorships will be used to help fund the AbsolutelyApplewood.com campaign to highlight and support Applewood businesses. Flags are not limited; you may sponsor as many as you want. The American Flag prize is 3’ X 5’ and comes with a pole and stand. It is made in the USA, all cotton and intended as an indoor display flag. The winning entry will be selected at the July ABA Board of Directors meeting from all entries and the winner notified by phone or by mail. A presentation will be made at the ABA Luncheon on Thursday, July 9th at Rolling Hills Country Club.
Sponsoring a flag on the ABA website is easy. Visit applewoodbusiness.com and click on Help us Celebrate Flag Day under Upcoming Events. Scroll down the article and click on “Support a Flag”
On the RSVP page, scroll down to the event titled “Help us celebrate the Flag Day” and on the red “RSVP” button
Select “Yes” for “Will you be attending the following event?”
Select “Flag Sponsorship $50 or $100 from the dropdown
Go to check-out. Please enter at least “1” for quantity for Flag Sponsorships and your credit card information. (You can pay for multiple flags here if desired)
Your participation celebrating our Flag and Country’s independence, and continuing support of the ABA is very much appreciated!
Nick Kapustka, ABA President