Allegiance Flag Supply Builds New HQ in Charleston

American-made flag company invests in revitalizing textile industry in the South, creates new U.S.-based manufacturing jobs

Allegiance Flag Supply, America's premier manufacturer of U.S. flags, announced today an expansion of their operations based in North Charleston, SC. This expansion includes a move of operations to a new 13,000 square foot facility that will house Allegiance's sew shop, offices, and distribution center which packages and ships flags nationwide. 

Allegiance has hired a new Director of Operations to oversee this transition and expects to expand hiring by 50% in positions spanning operations including manufacturing, customer service, and distribution, bringing new textile jobs to the American South. These new hires reflect Allegiance's ongoing commitment to hiring American workers, military spouses, and veterans who share their desire to expand the job market in the Charleston area. 

"We are proud to make our handcrafted flags and support American jobs right here in South Carolina," said Katie Lyon, Co-Founder of Allegiance Flag Supply. "This expansion is a testament to the hard work of the entire Allegiance team. When you buy one of our flags you can be assured that your dollar is going towards a high-quality product that is bringing back textile jobs that were lost overseas. Every Allegiance flag flown contributes to another American job created, more investment in our local community, and fuels our commitment to reviving manufacturing in this community."

About Allegiance Flag Supply:

Founded in 2018, Allegiance Flag Supply utilizes American-sourced materials and seamstresses to produce high-quality flags that can withstand outside elements. Allegiance is based in Charleston, SC. For more information on Allegiance Flag Supply, please visit: www.showallegiance.com 

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For more information, please contact Megan Stencel at megan@javelindc.com or (703)-490-8845.

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