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Answering your #WichitaFlag questions

Posted by: Angie Prather on Thursday, September 3, 2015
There’s been a noticeable resurgence in the interest in our city’s flag during the last few months. We’ve had a number of inquiries at the Chamber since “flag fever” started taking hold. We’re asked most often about the meaning behind the flag and where flags can be purchased. So here are some resources for you to share. Wichita Flag buttons Wichita Flag pins Symbolism Wichita artist Cecil McAllister, put a lot of thought into his flag design that was adopted by the city almost eighty years ago. Angie Elliott, Director of Business Services for the Chamber, explains the history and symbolism behind the flag in this short video (1 minute and 21 seconds) that can easily be shared via the Chamber’s YouTube channel. Purchasing a flag Two Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce members carry Wichita flags that you can purchase for your business or home. Contact Henry Helgerson at 316-943-1851 or The Workroom at 316-295-4520. Follow the The Workroom on social media for images of other flag items they carry as well as discounts on Second Saturday and flash sales. Check @thewokroomICT on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Finding flag pins Two Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce members carry Wichita flag buttons. Check with Watermark Books or The Workroom for flag buttons, t-shirts, mugs, patches and other flag swag. You can also stop by the Chamber's booth (#614) at our business-to-business trade show event, Exposure on September 24. We've partnered with Tangible Advertising to provide flag pins for exhibitors and attendees on that day. (Plan to participate in our #WichitaFlag social media contest for prizes.) Following the flag The Wichita flag has its own social media accounts so that you can see where the flag has been travelling, who is proudly wearing flag swag, and how local artists are incorporating elements of the flag in their work. Check @WichitaFlag on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Post your pictures and comments using #WichitaFlag.


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