The story of how the Flagholder got started!
Bud McGlothlin of Pleasant Plains AR invented a very useful item that could change how we respect the armed forces and
anyone else who is to be respected. The product is called The Universal Flagholder.
The Flag Holder holds the size 12x18 flag. Bud went to school in Bald knob where his teacher, Mrs. Moody, instilled
in him as well as other students three things: Prayer, Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag, and honor those who fought
for the country from the beginning of time to the present. Bud originally got the idea for the Flagholder when he and a friend,
Willard Eads, and his wife went to the National Cemetery in Little Rock, AR to check on the burial plots for the both of them.
To quote bud, he said, “ As we were walking through the cemetery we noticed that the flags that were stood up the day
before day before were laying in the mud and water that was on the ground from the light rain in the early morning hours.
The idea for the Flagholder came to me in a dream that the Lord sent to me. Right then and there all of the wisdom that his
teacher, Mrs. Moody, bestowed on me so many years before came to reality.” The Flag Holders can be used for many different
purposes indoors and outdoors. They can be attached to a tombstone with clear silicone and when you use it on wood just attach
it with two screws, one on top and one on the bottom. The Flag Holders was manufactured at Rodgers, AR 72757.
The Universal Flag Holder could change the way that the world respects
the flag and other people whose have served this country from the beginning of time to the present. This is one of the reasons
that Bud could change America not because he wants recognition for his work but for the fact that he is humble enough to tell
you he made it but it was his two granddaughters who did the work of putting the flags in the Flag holder since the year of
2000. What he would like the people to know is that it was his two granddaughters that was respecting the flags in the best
way, by keeping them from touching the ground and making sure that all the fallen soldiers and the people who served this
country has the respect that he would want to show them if they were still fighting for the country.
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