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Small Business Spotlight - QVC HSN Honors Etherton Hardwoods

Posted by Rob Etherton on Oct 01, 2021

Small Business Spotlight - QVC HSN Honors Etherton Hardwoods
 We’re so excited to announce that, ETHERTON HARDWOODS - World Famous Wooden American Flags has been selected to be featured as a Small Business Spotlight by QVC, HSN, Zulily, Qurate Retail and the NRF Foundation.Small Business Spotlight is a collaboration between Qurate Retail and the National Retail Federation Foundation to offer diverse small businesses increa...
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CPL Lance M. Thompson, Never Forgotten!

Posted by Rob Etherton on May 26, 2021

CPL Lance M. Thompson, Never Forgotten!
Cpl. Lance M. Thompson, US Marine KIA - November 15, 2004Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom21 years of age, from Upland, Indiana.; assigned to 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif.; killed Nov. 15 by enemy action in Anbar province, Iraq.During Lance M. Thompson's time in Iraq, he saw both the ridiculous and the profound. At one point, he found hims...
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History of the Betsy Ross Flag

Posted by Rob Etherton on May 26, 2021

History of the Betsy Ross Flag
History of the Betsy Ross Flag As Americans we know, or we should at least know, who Betsy Ross is. We have learned about her in our history class, and we probably saw a picture of her creating a flag, but how many of us know what the history of the flag itself is. The Betsy Ross flag often brings a sense of intense nationality and patriotism, which we all know and have experienced as American citizens. The Betsy Ross flag is an important pa...
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Who was Uncle Sam?

Posted by Rob Etherton on Mar 26, 2021

Who was Uncle Sam?
Who was Uncle Sam? As Americans, we often hear the name “Uncle Sam” and personify it with the United States, freedom, and the United States Flag. When hearing Uncle Sam, a specific, exquisite picture comes to mind. A picture of a proud American dressed in red, white, and blue pointing directly at you. The monumental picture of Uncle Sam is one that, although was created in 1917, over a hundred years ago, is still well-known today and proudly...
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What does the Thin Blue Line mean?

Posted by Rob Etherton on Feb 10, 2021

What does the Thin Blue Line mean?
What is the Thin Blue Line Flag?This is a question that we are often asked and it is important to understand the history and meaning behind, the Thin Blue Line flag.The Thin Blue Line Flag is a symbol of support for our local Police Officers. Our local Police Officers get up each morning and put their lives on the line in order to keep our communities safe. The Blue Line is used because blue is the traditional color of most these brave officers’...
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