Located in Las Vegas Nevada                 

Since 1978  



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Wishing our customers, associates, friends and families a joyful, bright and safe 
Holiday Season.

The Official White House Christmas Tree arrives at the White House in Washington, Nov. 27, 2015. This year's White House Christmas Tree is an 18.5-foot Fraser fir grown by Jay and Glenn Bustard in Lansdale, Penn.

This time of year is filled with family and friends and remembering others. To many, the holiday also means following familiar traditions. The tradition of business and service to our customers is our family foundation. Here is our history of Flags Unlimited in Las Vegas.
Our History
            Flags Unlimited was incorporated in Nevada in 1978, by Andy Grayner, an ex-Marine and veteran of the Korean War, and his wife, Mary Lou. For 17 years the business operated a storefront on Sandhill and Desert Inn in Las Vegas. Andy & Mary Lou sold flags and flagpoles to the Las Vegas valley, servicing veteran's organizations, businesses and residents. A natural addition to flag sales was custom advertising banners and advertising products, providing companies any item imaginable with their logo imprinted. The business grew to be Flags & Marketing Unlimited.
           In 1987, Flags Unlimited was recognized by the Las Vegas Review Journal for contributions to various veterans' locations including the flagpoles for the Veterans Cemetery in Boulder City. Above is a clipping from the RJ from Thursday, June 11, 1987.
            In 1990, Andy and Mary Lou began their process toward retirement by hiring Randy and Mel, their two daughters, to manage the business. The first Gulf War began, thrusting our small business into national recognition for our efforts supporting U.S. troops overseas and in raising patriotic awareness.
            In 1995, the storefront on Desert Inn and Sandhill was closed to better service our corporate, government, and non-profit accounts from our home-based office location. Andy and Mary Lou passed away in 1997 and 2001 respectively, but their legacy of customer dedication continues. Flags Unlimited is still family owned and operated, by Randy and Mel from our home-based office.       
           Since 1978, we provide individual attention to every order, and the highest quality flags, flagpoles, advertising specialties and logo wearables available. Knowledgeable and friendly customer service and attention to detail is still the foundation of our family business. 

We wish you Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.




Randy Kopf

Mel Benedict


Link to the most current and complete U.S. Flag Code compilation for the U.S. Senate.

Flag Holidays

It is appropriate to fly the flag every day. This list of days is declared in the U.S.Flag Code.

New Year's Day - January 1
Martin Luther King Day - Third Monday in January
Inauguration Day - January 20
Lincoln's Birthday - February 12
Washington's Birthday - February 22
Presidents' Day - Third Monday in February
Easter Sunday- Movable- 
                   (first Sunday after the first full moon on  
                    or after the March equinox)     
Mother's Day - Second Sunday in May
Peace Officers Memorial Day (half-staff) - May 15
Armed Forces Day - Third Saturday in May
Memorial Day (half-staff until noon) -Last Monday in May
Flag Day - June 14
Army Day - June 14
Independence Day - July 4
Korean War Veterans Day (half-staff) - July 27
Labor Day - First Monday in September
Patriot Day - September 11 (half-staff from sunrise to sundown)       
Citizenship Day - September 17
Air Force Day - September 17
Constitution Day - September 17
POW/MIA Recognition Day - September 21
Columbus Day - October 12
Navy Day - October 27
National Election Day - First Tuesday in November
Marine Corps Day - November 10
Veterans Day - November 11
Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November
National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day (half-staff from sunrise to sundown) - December 7
Christmas Day - December 25
Election Days
and such other days as may be proclaimed by the President of the United States; the birthdays of States (date of admission); and on State holidays.