Monthly Archives: October 2010

Street Pole Banners to Spice Up A Special Event

We live in a world where we can find what we want simply by looking at the advertisements on street pole banners. And if something big is about to happen, we just seem to have so many wants that need … Continue reading

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Airport Flags for Dangerous Airports

Airport flags are set up by airports because they know that take-off and landing are the two most dangerous parts of flying. This is when the aircraft is closest to the ground. This is also when the aircraft is most … Continue reading

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The Pink Way to Charity

The Holy Spirit Adoration Chapel. I fell in love to this serene and solemn place about 23 years ago during my 6th Grade. Together with my equally excited classmates, we all prodded our religious instruction teacher to bring us there … Continue reading

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Nautical Flags: Go Fast at Sea with Nautical Flags

The Coast Guard defends the values that the American flag stands for by defending the shores and keeping drugs from entering American territory. They even have different kinds of boats specifically designed to go after drug runners. However, they don’t … Continue reading

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Street Pole Banners: Street Banners to a Modern Life

If you look closely at a city, you’ll see lots of advertisements on billboards and street pole banners. This is because our modern life is all about achieving our dreams. And usually, we need help to develop the skills necessary … Continue reading

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Parade Security

Cities around the world have festivals that they advertise on street pole banners. These same festivals usually have parades. And it is up to local law enforcement to secure the people involved. This is because they want people to enjoy … Continue reading

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The Lock-up

Prisons operate by setting up different areas, marking them with custom flags, and then assigning specific functions to those areas. For instance, there’s an area for isolated confinement, another for the mess hall, and then another for the exercise yard. … Continue reading

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