McClain Insurance Hosting Free Flag Exchange for 11th Year in a Row

Bonnie Johnson - Saturday, May 25, 2019
McClain Insurance Hosting Free Flag Exchange for 11th Year in a Row

This is definitely not the first time we’ve shared this annual event, and it definitely will not be the last. McClain Insurance is once again, for the 11th year in a row, hosting a free American Flag exchange at their offices. Your worn flag will be respectfully disposed of by local Boy Scouts, and you’ll be supplied with a brand new, American made flag.

See below for the full press release. 

FREE AMERICAN FLAG EXCHANGE

Exchange Your Worn Flag for a New One at McClain Insurance

Exchange your worn American flag for a new one at the McClain Insurance office June 11-14. All community members are invited to this free event, which is held annually in celebration of Flag Day. Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the U.S. flag by the Continental Congress in 1777.

“Our goal is to help Snohomish County residents showcase their American spirit this Flag Day and beyond,” says Claudia McClain, founder of McClain Insurance. “Our deepest thanks go out to those who serve and have fought in defense of our freedom.”

Flags will be exchanged June 11-14 from 8:30am to 5pm at the McClain Insurance office at 10410 19th Ave SE, Everett, directly south of Costco.

McClain Insurance proudly gives away flags made in America. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 90% of American flags are imported.

Retired flags will be respectfully disposed of in a ceremony held by local Boy Scouts.

Other ways you can participate:

-On June 14, display your American flag in celebration of Flag Day

-Help us spread the world. Share your flag pictures on social media with the hashtag #mcclainflagexchange

This is the 11th consecutive year McClain Insurance has hosted this free community event.

 

About McClain Insurance: McClain Insurance Services is a nationally-acclaimed insurance agency in Everett, Wash. Since opening in 1977, our mission has been simple and clear: to help clients re-establish their lives as quickly and as completely as possible after a loss.

We advise clients on all their personal insurance needs, including homeowners and renters insurance, auto insurance, and life insurance. We can also assist with insuring more unique family needs, including electric bicycles, VRBO and other vacation rental properties, and in-home businesses.

Photo caption: Claudia McClain, founder of McClain Insurance, exchanges a flag for Officer Coleman of the Everett Police Department during the 2018 flag exchange.


 


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