Adjustable Flagpole disassembles for portability.
July 25, 2012 -
Featuring pulley system and finial, Flagpole Basic provides reusable, indoor/outdoor display solution for traditional and advertisement flags. Product can be disassembled and put into optional carrying case for portability, and design facilitates assembly. While max height is 20.3 ft, shorter heights can be achieved by removing aluminum pole segments. Various base options are also available.
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453 Lincoln St.
Carlisle, PA, 17013
Tex Visions Introduces New Flagpole Basic
Carlisle, Pennsylvania - Tex Visions introduced a new flagpole solution, the Flagpole Basic, on Thursday.
The Flagpole Basic is a simple but versatile indoor and outdoor flag display solution. This one-of-a-kind flagpole boasts some features that are similar to traditional flagpoles, such as a pulley system and finial, as well as other features that are unique. For example, because the Flagpole Basic can be disassembled and has an optional Carrying Case, it is highly portable. It is also lightweight and easy to assemble.
The Flagpole Basic stands at a maximum height of 20.3 feet, but a shorter height can be achieved simply by removing some of the Aluminum pole segments. Numerous base options are available, allowing customers to use a shorter height with an indoor base or the maximum height with a more durable outdoor base. And because the Flagpole Basic can be reused over and over again with traditional and advertisement flags, it is perfect for any flag display need and budget.
Tex Visions is one of the world's leading manufacturers of display hardware and custom printing. They specialize in custom textile printing. Tex Visions offers the latest high quality innovations for indoor and outdoor displays, including flags, banners, P-O-P and more. The company's exclusive products include the Bowflag®, T-Pole® and Q-Frame®. To learn more about Tex Visions, visit www.texvisions.com.