Grace Alley Will Donate 49 Flags To Palm Bay Residents On First-Come-First Serve Basis

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Grace Alley donated 49 flags in memory of the company's late owner, Chaz Key

Do you need a new American flag to display at your Palm Bay home? Grace Alley has generously donated 49 flags in memory of the company’s late owner, Chaz Key.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Do you need a new American flag to display at your Palm Bay home? 

Grace Alley has generously donated 49 flags in memory of the company’s late owner, Chaz Key.

These American-made flags will be distributed to Palm Bay residents on Saturday, February 23 at the Ted Whitlock Community Center from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The flags will be distributed on a first come, first served basis.

All you need to do to qualify for a free flag is to provide proof of Palm Bay residency.

You may also turn in your torn or tattered flags at the giveaway and Grace Alley will retire them for you.

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Do you need a new American flag to display at your Palm Bay home? Grace Alley has generously donated 49 flags in memory of the company’s late owner, Chaz Key.

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