Have an old American flag? Comcast veterans want to replace it for free

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A new initiative by military veterans at Comcast aims to replace old flags outside customers’ homes. It’s called the Flag Replacement Program and was created by Comcast employees.

Here’s how it works: If a Comcast employee in the community happens to see a worn flag on their daily commute, they will contact the individual or company that owns the property and offer to replace it at no cost.

In the month of May, Comcast already exchanged a dozen flags in its Southeast region.

Flags will be substituted for households, nonprofits, and small businesses, whether or not they are Comcast customers.

The old flags are then respectfully withdrawn by military protocol. Efforts continue throughout the Southeast.

This program is led by employees who participate in Comcast’s Veterans Network employee resource group, known as “VetNet.” Members include Comcast employees who are military veterans, active participants in the reserves, military family members, and other supporters of the military community. To learn more about Comcast’s support of the military, click here.

https://www.wkrn.com/news/comcast-employees-looking-to-replace-worn-out-flags-across-southeast/ Have an old American flag? Comcast veterans want to replace it for free

Alley Einstein

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