This flagpole is a good choice for most people in most residences in most locations throughout the US. It’s perfect for flying a traditional 3’ x 5’ flag, but can accommodate more than one flag as well.
It has an external mechanism, meaning the cleat and halyard are mounted on the outside, and has a stylish shiny silver finish. It has a standard wind rating of about 80mph and a lifetime warranty on the 20’ shaft! Best of all its 100% made in the USA>
This is another external flagpole with the rope and cleat on the outside of the pole. It has a wind speed rating of about 150mph with a flag, making it a great choice for windy locations. Because it’s made of fiberglass, it’s also a bit stronger than the aluminum poles. It’s wider base and more substantial look make it a good option for both businesses and residences.
This in-ground flagpole is a bit unique in that it’s a hinge-based flagpole. Instead of being installed directly into the ground, it is installed on a series of bolts. The nuts can be loosened so the flagpole can be tipped downward for easy maintenance and upkeep. Also 100% made in the USA with a 20 year warranty against defect on the flagpole shaft.
This flagpole is more of a commercial flagpole that’s ideal for businesses and other organizations. It’s a bit taller than those previously mentioned, and it differs in that the mechanism for the halyard and cleat are inside the pole. It features a locking mechanism so you can ensure that no one messes with your flag, which makes it especially great for theft deterrence in high-traffic areas.
As Marketing Manager, Maria handles all things marketing & advertising for Gettysburg Flag Works.
Before joining GFW, Maria worked in a variety of marketing roles from category management to sales and marketing research.
Maria holds a Masters in Business Administration from SUNY Albany and an undergraduate in Business with a concentration in Marketing from LeMoyne College.
Outside of work, Maria enjoys time with her two boys Quinn & Declan, Saratoga race track with her husband Brian, and taking excursions with her friends & family.