Quinn Flags Announced Full Ban on Confederate Flag Sales
In light of the recent tragedy in Charleston, S.C., Matthew Quinn, president of Hanover, Pennsylvania-based Quinn Flags, has announced that a full ban on the sale of all Confederate flags is effective immediately. These flags will be removed from websites, inventory and stores promptly.
“As a leader in the flag industry and manufacturer of flags and banners, along with graduating from LaSalle Military Academy and having a Bachelor of Science in history from Towson University, I feel it’s morally and ethically appropriate to make this announcement showing that the historical symbolism of this flag needs to be just that–history,” Quinn stated. “There is enough hatred and terrorism in the world, and I have an opportunity to do my small part. With a manufacturing plant in Hanover, Pa., just 20 minutes outside of historical Gettysburg, this flag has been used by many historians, re-enactors and museums. However, the time has come to make a stand and end the feelings of hate and racism that many feel when they see the Confederate flag.”
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