All 100% nylon fully dyed color fast flags with strong canvas heading and large brass grommets.
Made In The USA.
Juan Ponce de Leon landed on the shores of northeast Florida in April of 1513. He called the area "la Florida" in honor of Spain's Eastertime celebration "Pascua florida" (feast of the flowers).
He never discovered the legendary Fountain of Youth but, if it exists, it could well be somewhere in Florida. Perhaps one of the 58.9 million tourists that visited the Sunshine State in 1999 knows where it is?
Florida, over the years has become one of the worlds strongest tourist magnets, with sun soaked beaches and crystal springs. And with a little help from a mouse, Walt Disney World continues to lure more visitors than any other single attraction anywhere in the world. A word of caution, "Watch out for alligators." Once endangered, alligators have made a strong comeback and have become something of a nuisance. Hold onto your small pets.
If you want to go to the moon, you'll probably have to leave from Florida. John Glenn became the first American in orbit when he blasted off from Cape Canaveral in 1962. On July 20, 1969, only seven years later, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.