Memphis City Flags
The Memphis flag represents the city with distinction and pride. Unequal sections of white, red and blue create a uniquely regal look of the Memphis flag The Memphis City seal rests at the center of the banner. The Memphis Seal features various symbols significant to the city’s history and progress. The steamboat symbolizes the extensive partnership between the city’s trade and the Mississippi River. The cotton boll recognizes the city as a worldwide leader in the production and trading of cotton. The oak tree recalls the role Memphis plays in the hardwood lumber industry. The gear or wheel of progress denotes the city’s movement into the future and its industrial power. For more information about Memphis City flags see the description tab below.
Memphis is Tennessee’s largest city. The first settlers of the region were the Chickasaw Indians. The area was ceded to the United States by the Chickasaw Indians in 1819. Famous Memphis natives and residents include Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Isaac Hayes and Justin Timberlake. Our Memphis City flags are constructed with, durable, woven, lightweight nylon and vivid bright colors. Carrot-Top’s Memphis flags dry quickly and wave beautifully in the slightest breeze. Memphis City Flags are intricately crafted materials and designed for long term use. Memphis City flags are available in five sizes ranging from 2’x3’ to 6’x10’. All Carrot Top flags feature a canvas header and two solid brass grommets for easy attachment to your flag pole. Carrot Top features a variety of American flags as well as Tennessee state flags, mini American flags and American flag and Tennessee state flag lapel pins. Salute the University of Memphis Tigers with one of Carrot Top’s NCAA College sports flag. Carrot Top has it all.
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