Wednesday, July 12, 2017

pow/mia flag

The POW/MIA flag was created as the symbol of our Nation's concern and commitment to resolving as fully as possible the fates of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for in Southeast Asia, thus ending the uncertainty for their families and the Nation.
We have a variety of sizes on our store. Come take a look

Thursday, July 6, 2017

after the fourth

Just because the Fourth of July has passed doesn't mean it is any less important to celebrate your independence with a brand new US flag from American Heritage.
Stop by today to get one- We are located on Olive Blvd in Creve Couer.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

open today

We will be open today until 1 pm for anyone who still needs a flag for the Fourth of July. Come stop by on Olive Blvd.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

fourth of july

With Fourth of July coming up next week- we are offering 10 percent off of US flags. Mention this ad to get the percentage off your purchase. We look forward to seeing you.

Friday, June 23, 2017


In need of a pole for the side of your house? Look no further- American Heritage has everything you need from the pole to the bracket. Come check us out today

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Banner life

Get 3 to 7 Years Return on Investment from Our Light Pole Banners

One question we get asked all the time is "How long will our street pole banners last?" Under normal weather conditions, you can expect your light pole banners to enjoy a life expectancy of more than three years on average. In some instances in the country, some of our banners have remained in good shape for upwards of seven years.

Because all our banners are printed on strong, outdoor all weather vinyl or sunbrella material, they maintain durability even in the harshest weather. Of course, not all avenue banners can withstand years of harsh punishment by wind, but you'll get the most durability with your money from American Heritage.


There are federal regulations governing the handling and display of the flag (the U.S. Flag Code), including restrictions on using the flag's likeness for advertising, or printing it on anything intended "for temporary use or discard," like cocktail napkins or paper plates. Under the Flag Protection Act of 1989, there are also federal laws that call for criminal penalties for certain forms of flag desecration, although the Supreme Court found this act to be unconstitutional under the First Amendment in 1990.
Come to American Heritage to find out more rules about displaying the flag and to purchase one today.