Annin Flagmakers is family business that has been making our country's symbol since 1847 and is very proud to be the 6th generation of the Annin family working there. Over the years, they have learned a bit about making flags- from the creation of long lasting fabrics and inks to the dense embroidery of the rich star fields. Annin flags have flown over the White House and on foreign fields of battle. They were there at the Argonne Offensive and the Battle of Guadalcanal. From the top of Mt. Suribachi on Iwo Jima to the surface of the moon, Annin flags have been there to represent the core ideals of our great country.
Louis Annin Ames, guided the company from 1896 until 1952. He took pride in leading the company that his grandfather and uncles had run since 1847. His grandchildren, Randy Beard, Lee Beard and Jack Dennis, ran Annin from the 1950's until the early 2000's. Now it is our turn. We strive to honor this legacy by investing in the most advanced technologies and processes to ensure that our flags remain the benchmark of the flag industry. Most importantly, Annin Flagmakers is a dedicated team of the finest workers with a shared vision of crafting the highest quality products.
Today Annin Flagmakers embraces the best of 21st century technology. In Anninís two largest domestic factories, U.S. flags are manufactured with advanced stand-up sewing production techniques; state, international and custom flags are digitally printed and screen-dyed to exact color specifications; in-house research and testing laboratories, together with the art department, are constantly monitoring dye formulas.