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What you will need:

  • Either PVC or metal for the pole material
  • Handsaw
  • Drill
  • Couplings
  • I-bolts
  • Carabiners
  • Flag

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How to create:

  1. Cut your poles into 5 foot lengths to make transportation easier.  You’ll need 15-20 feet total.
  2. Connect the pieces using the couplings.
  3. Drill two holes at the top end of your flag pole.  You’ll need to use the eye holes on your flag to determine how far apart they have to be.
  4. Install your I-bolts into the holes and attach your flag with the carabiners.
  5. Stake it in the ground, or secure it to your truck or tent.

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Pictures by:  Atlanta_Falcons, Just Back, and photography.by.ROEVER on flickr.com

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Sydney is working for For Rent Media Solutions as an intern in Social Media Marketing. In this role, she assists in executing and optimizing social media strategic plans across several different channels. Among these channels are blogging, social networking, promoting brand awareness on video sharing sites, and other conversational media. She spends a great deal of time finding ways to generate awareness of For Rent Media Solutions brand. Sydney graduates from Virginia Tech in December, 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Communication. She looks forward to getting out into the real world and working on her career. She also loves the color green, the beach, and country music.

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